Several years after a falling out with her family in Detroit, a young mother named Jenny (Eleanor Lambert, the daughter of Christopher Lambert and Diane Lane) returns to the Motor City to mourn the sudden death of her twin brother Gonzo.
She soon finds herself joining her brother’s strange group of friends and exploring what’s left of Detroit. She learns that her brother was the man that was always there for everyone. But soon, she starts to learn that his death may not be what it seems to be.
So many movies we review seem to be about the inabiity to go home again. Perhaps filmmakers are working out their tough childhoods through their art. This is another example of that, but it’s a story well shot and director and writer Spencer King seems to be just getting started. Here’s to seeing what he does next.
Time Now is available in theaters and on demand from Dark Star Pictures and Uncork’d Entertainment.