My parents were in town and we went to see this. I had to walk out close to the end bc it hit too close to home. So I rented it here. The performances, particularly the Dad, were profound. The direction, the cinematography. The content. The use of dialogue versus voyeurism to tell the story. When I learned that it wasn't nominated for multiple Oscars, I discarded the Oscars. This is life, told without boundaries, but still ultimately achieving that from tragedy comes hope, and that life can still be every bit as beautiful. If you let yourself see it.