A Reason

A Reason

24.99

Serena, a young, gay introvert and her controlling older brother Nathan, are forced to endure a dreaded family gathering at the house of their elegant elderly Aunt Irene to hear the reading of her will – setting off an unexpected course of events that ultimately forces the clan to reevaluate their views on love, forgiveness, and what family means in the modern age.

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OFFICIAL TRAILER


TAGLINE

THERE IS A REASON TO STAY AWAY FROM AUNTIE…


TECH SPECS

TRT: 112 minutes
Format: 2:35 (Scope)
Sound: Dolby 5.1
Rating: R
Country: USA
Language: English
Website: www.AReasontheMovie.com
Genre: Mystery, Drama



AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY

Winner, Grand Jury Prize — Orlando Urban Film & Music Festival
Winner, Best Writer — LA Femme International Film Festival
Winner, Best Supporting Actress — Hoboken International Film Festival
Winner, Best Score — Global Music Awards
Winner, Best Film — IndieFest
Nominee, Best Score — Hollywood Music in Media Awards
Official Selection — Orlando Film Festival
Official Selection — Sun and Sand Film Festival

“The film has promising moments and interesting shots…” -LA Times

“… (Marion) Ross, clearly enjoying the opportunity to play a harder-edged role than usual, displays her customary admirable professionalism.” -The Hollywood Reporter

“… famously unappreciated in the film industry…” -LAWeekly

“…Marion Ross rules the roost in A Reason” -Yahoo! Voices

“The Indie Sleeper of the Year” –Erin P. Capuano, Digital Journal

“…A Reason perfectly captures the complexities of disconnected families” -AfterEllen.com

“The film questions prejudices…” – MoviePilot.com

“…a passion filled project…” -Examiner.com

“(Marion Ross) is a terrific actress, beautiful, funny, wise and an amazing spirit.”
-AgentsOfGeek.com

“…story about a family who is brought together by unfortunate circumstances…”
-BuzzworthyRadiocast.com

“…such an amazing cast.” -Filmsnobbery.com

“(Marion) Ross plays Aunt Irene, an elegant, yet villainous woman dying of pancreatic cancer… a departure of sorts.” -CinemaNerdz.com

“…beautiful in every way…” – TheMovieBit.com