Anna, (Dawn Olivieri, Bright) is tired of life and looking to end it all, despite being young, gorgeous and, well, a mess. While planning her own funeral, she meets Sam (Wilmer Valderrama), the boyfriend of her neighbor who has been kicked out. She takes him in and suddenly she feels like life could be worth living. Yet just as he brings joy and comfort to her life, he’s also trying to move back in with his girlfriend.
Director Maru Boyer also made the documentary I Trust You to Kill Me, which told the story of Kiefer Sutherland helping a band as they tour Europe. He’s since made the TV movies Family Pictures and Tempting Fate.
Olivieri and Valderrama are quite good in this and have some great chemistry. While not the typical film that we watch around here, there’s definitely things to enjoy and learn from within this film.
To Whom It May Concern is now available on demand and digital from Global Digital Releasing.