THR | 'Boundaries' Review


A family-therapy road trip in which the key to getting along appears to be forgetting everything you've learned about life, Shana Feste's Boundaries casts Vera Farmiga as a woman who just can't abandon the old man (Christopher Plummer) who abandoned her time and time again through her life. However well-worn the format, the intense distress of Farmiga's performance suits the director's personal investment in the tale's specifics. But a fantastic cast doing fine work can't make this feel-good hokum believable, and most viewers who walk away satisfied are those who'd happily watch any new Plummer vehicle, just to celebrate the actor's enduring vitality and charm.

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