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Birth Movies Death | 'Boundaries' Review

Birth Movies Death

As anyone who doesn't have a politically homogenous family right now can attest, families can be difficult. Imperfect people raise more imperfect people, their imperfections clash, they become frustrated with one another for failing to or not trying to address those character flaws, and sometimes it gets to a point where those people need to put distance between each other in order to grow and heal in their own ways. This is the point from which Boundaries starts, and thankfully the conflict at play in this family is less abusive than your fascism-inclined uncle, making the film's push toward milquetoast feel-good reunion benign though not entirely charmless.

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