Movie Review: This is Where We Live

Movie Review: This is Where We Live

An outstanding drama about a special family and beautiful friendship; with a lot of challenges in their life. I love how all the people in this movie have good characters to help each others, to make their life more meaningful, to ease their challenges. The actors and actresses are good in acting and interactions. Definitely big thumbs up from me.

Set in the Texas Hill Country, “This Is Where We Live” is a portrait of the Sutton family: Diane, while ignoring her own health issues, is caregiver to her son August, who has cerebral palsy, and her husband, who is in the early stages of Alzheimer’s. Overburdened, she hires Noah, a local handyman, to build a wheelchair ramp up the front steps to the family home. August observes Noah working, and through dinner with the family. Diane notices their connection, and stops Noah as he leaves to ask if he could use some money helping out with August. The friendship that Noah and August forge has a ripple effect; life makes unexpected turns for those around them, and forces Noah to confront his past.

This is 2013 movie with 88% score from rotten tomato and 7.7/10 from imdb. For me this movie deserves 🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸 out of 5.


“Let your heart in full view and let truth be unhindered this is where we live.”

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