The movie slowly grows on a person. At the start, we see Moira, an extremely talented student who suddenly throws herself off a balcony. Later, we are introduced to two twins, Vi and Julie, who are competitors at the same music academy, except Vi had been accepted to Julliard, and Julie has not. One is taken through the trip of anxiety, insecurity, uncertainly and rivalry of musicians. A competitiveness not unlike that of athletes, although fewer would have any exposure to those arts. When Moira’s locker is being cleaned out, her notebook falls to the floor, and Julie picks it up. It plays an important role in the movie. The students have to face a lot of hard truths, and for Julie, some of what she sees is real, and some is not. And that is woven nicely. The sacrifice of a musician is just as hard as for an athlete, but the recognition is far less. Unfortunately, this is not going to be a movie that will have wide appeal, and that is sad.