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Broken Diamonds

Directed by: Peter Sattler | 2021 | 1h 30m | Unrated

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In the wake of his father’s death, a twenty-something writer (Ben Platt) sees his dream of moving to Paris put in jeopardy when he’s forced to temporarily take in his wildly unpredictable, mentally ill sister (Lola Kirke).

Once twenty-something Scott Weaver (Platt) receives the call from his step-mother that his father has passed away in his sleep, he is acutely unaware of how this will affect his dream of moving to Paris to complete his first novel. Just days away from packing up and boarding the trans-Atlantic flight, Scott must pick up his schizophrenic sister, Cindy (Kirke) for the last viewing of their father’s body before his cremation. However, this is just the beginning of Scott’s new responsibility of being a legal guardian, as he is Cindy’s sole capable living family member. The following days are filled with Scott dealing with Cindy’s mental illness unlike he has ever experienced before – her removal from her Halfway House residence due to her behavioral issues, taking her in as a roommate, and finding her a new and appropriate home. Along the way he is realizing her social inappropriateness and unpredictability are beyond his scope of care and understanding. How will Scott manage being responsible for Cindy’s well-being while realizing his dream of moving to Paris?

“A topical and emotionally accessible film that should easily connect with sympathetic viewers, particularly those familiar with the debilitating effects of chronic mental health issues.”