Drive Me to the End (2020)

Ryan (Richard Summers-Calvert, who also wrote and directed this film) and Sunny (Kate Lister) are estranged family members who find themselves car-sharing to a funeral for an unnamed person in Scotland.

They both have issues. Ryan’s mother is about to die and Sunny is dealing with autism and coming to terms with a recent suicide attempt. Can these two get along together for three days? Or is this trip doomed?

I liked how natural this movie felt and how well the leads played off one another. They both explore and experience so much in just a few days, but you come away rooting for them to win.

This movie will be available on demand soon. You can learn more at the filmmaker’s official site.

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One thought on “Drive Me to the End (2020)

  1. I thought this was an amazing movie! Kate Lister gives a phenomenal performance, as always!! I’d love to see her in more dramatic, fulfilling roles like this in the future!♥️

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