Last night I watched the movie Pieces of April with Carol Ann. What a great movie! This movie was framed around a "black sheep" daughter preparing Thanksgiving dinner for her estranged family. Her oven ceases to work and the slightly dark comedy begins. This movie is very poignant and allowed the camera to tell much of the story as - what was not said... said a lot.
It was clever, not over the top and dealt wonderfully with the issues of family life, forgiveness, community, dealing with life and death, dealing with the past, and making the most of the present. Really good flick that was only 80 minutes long.