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Henry and his girlfriend are invited by their friend to his wedding. He also invites Henry's estranged son and his girlfriend, Cecilia to the party. Henry has been an overbearing, status-conscious father and his son always resented on lack of freedom to make decisions for his life. His father wants him to get higher education but the son wants to get into practical life. This causes bitter arguments between the two. But this is only one side of the story. The real drama begins after the father and the son are stuck in the cabin with their girlfriends and some sinister revelations and heartrending drama ensues.Written by
Having grown up watching Michael Biehn in so many great James Cameron blockbusters, it was cool to see a different side of him. Plot was decent. I did like the setting with the rain forcing everyone to confront their own demons. Plus is was cool to see the movie as a flashback and know something big had happened due to all the treachery. It was obvious the actors were definitely giving it their all especially Biehn as the slimy drunk father and Matthew Ziff as the troubled son. Great dysfunctional father and son relationship there! I definitely want to give this movie another try, since I did enjoy the dialogue between the various actors. Besides it is important to support those indie films!
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