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Nominated for 2 Film Independent Spirit Awards
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Stream new release Driveways and Support Enzian!
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Kathy (Golden Globe® Nominee Hong Chau), a single mother, travels with her shy eight-year-old son Cody (newcomer Lucas Jaye) to Kathy’s late sister’s house which they plan to clean and sell. As Kathy realizes how little she knew about her sister, Cody develops an unlikely friendship with Del (Golden Globe®, Tony® winner, and acting legend Brian Dennehy), the Korean War vet and widower who lives next door. Over the course of a summer, and with Del’s encouragement, Cody develops the courage to come out of his shell and, along with his mother, finds a new place to call home.
USA, 2019, 83 minutes, Not Rated, Directed by Andrew Ahn
“Done so well and so delicately...unforced, beautifully performed, understated and quite lovely...I liked the feel and texture of this movie...the intimacy of it.”– Peter Canavese, CELLULOID DREAMS
“****4-Stars. The modest story of a mother, her son and an elderly neighbor feels like a salve right now—and gives Brian Dennehy a deserving swan song.”– David Fear, ROLLING STONE
“This is such a lovely, delicate, and quietly moving film.”– Christy Lemire, FILM WEEK (KPCC – NPR, LOS ANGELES)
“A sweet, understated masterpiece, simply told, of human connection.”– G. Allen Johnson, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
“Its performances are among the most affecting I've seen in quite a while.”– Jeannette Catsoulis, THE NEW YORK TIMES
“By the end of ‘Driveways’ the feelings of the characters spill over into your own experience of watching a small, very quiet, very powerful 83-minute short story of a movie.”– Michael Phillips, CHICAGO TRIBUNE