A precocious teenage girl must temper family chaos when her disowned older brother escapes from rehab to seek forgiveness from their parents.
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Benjy Steinberg is a senior at Yale College in its Film & Media Studies program. His films have screened at festivals in L.A., New York City, Austin, Fort Lauderdale, and New Haven. He won Best Student Director at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival for his short film THE PROFIT. He also won Best Documentary Film at the Yale Student Film Festival for his short RESTORE THE VILLAGES, and Best Cinematography for his work on the short HAROLD. Outside of Yale, he’s studied writing and directing at the UCLA School of Film, Theater, and Television, and at the FAMU Academy in Prague. He’s won several creative writing awards for his short stories and poetry.