The quality of this film-festival type production is excellent, but it's not for everyone.
Without giving away all the story, it is a very sad film about loss and grief. The 'Morning' title is a play on words for 'Mourning.' It's a fairly free-form character study of those who have lost, and those around who have to deal, or not deal, with those who have experienced a tragic loss.
Jeanne Tripplehorn is phenomenal. Writer/Director Leland Orser is also good; however, his character spends the 2nd half of the movie going through some very bizarre ways of dealing with grief. The stellar supporting cast is excellent.
But I'm not going to lie. It's a sad, heavy movie and a study of what not to do, what not to say, to someone who is experiencing loss.