New York Times - 07/30/2010
"[T]he film keenly conveys the profound isolation of mental illness and the futility of searching for someone, or something, to blame....The cast never overplays its hand, fighting the omnipresent melancholy in small ways rather than large."
Ashley Judd shines in this emotion-filled drama from Sandra Nettelbeck, the director of the arthouse hit MOSTLY MARTHA. Though Helen (Judd) appears to lead a happy, charmed life, darkness lies just beneath the surface and it threatens to ruin her relationships. Then she meets a woman with similar issues, and she tries to help her. ER's Goran Visnjic stars as Helen's patient husband.