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Reed's home movies of his younger sibling provide dynamic background for the film to crescendo into an emotional knock-out that takes the viewer by surprise.
There's a lot to ponder after the credits close.
What begins as a deeply personal coming-of-age adventure, evolves into a macro-micro study of the generational effects of abandonment.
The narcissism that Jois inflicts on her family is laid bare in all of its ugly nature.
25-years in the making, "Sam Now" is a terrific documentary certain to stir lively discussion among its fortunate audiences.
It may be a bitter pill, but this brilliant movie conveys things that only documentary Cinema can capture and express.
Reed Harkness's innate sense of editorial restraint is impressive.
Not Rated. 87 mins.