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Submitted by shockya 1108d ago | review

Touchy Feely: ShockYa Movie Review

ShockYa: Director Lynn Shelton and actress Rosemarie DeWitt recently collaborated on an entertaining film called Your Sister’s Sister, which featured three individuals away at a cabin together for a weekend with unexpected connections between them. For their second film together, Shelton casts DeWitt in a leading role among the ensemble, as Abby, a massage therapist who experiences a crisis whose cause she cannot identify, which leads to trouble in her relationship with her boyfriend Jesse (Scoot McNairy). While Abby struggles to figure out what is wrong with her, her brother Paul (Josh Pais) and niece Jenny (Ellen Page) also experience their own self-revelations in this spirited but unfulfilling dramatic comedy. (Cinema, Touchy Feely) B-/A+

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