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To Leslie

Directed by: Michael Morris | 2022 | 2h | Rated R

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O Cinema South Beach

1130 Washington Ave, Miami Beach (786) 471-3269

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• Adults – $11.00
• Older Adults (62+ years old w/ valid ID) – $9.50
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Inspired by true events. A West Texas single mother wins the lottery and squanders it just as fast, leaving behind a world of heartbreak. Years later, with her charm running out and nowhere to go, she fights to rebuild her life and find redemption.

Leslie is a West Texas single mother struggling to provide for her son when she wins the lottery and a chance at a good life. But a few short years later the money is gone and Leslie is on her own, living hard and fast at the bottom of a bottle as she runs from the world of heartbreak she left behind. With her charm running out and with nowhere to go, Leslie returns home. Unwelcome and unwanted by those she wronged, it’s Sweeney, a lonely motel clerk, who takes a chance when no one else will. With his support, Leslie comes face to face with the consequences of her actions, a life of regret, and a second chance to make a good life for her and her son. Featuring performances by Andrea Riseborough, Marc Maron, Stephan Root & Academy Award-winner Allison Janney.

“Riseborough’s performance is nothing short of spectacular. She doesn’t compromise, she doesn’t hold back, but she doesn’t endow the character with any sort of fake flamboyance.”
– VARIETY

“To Leslie is not the conventional addiction narrative it seems to be. Even when they tee up the expected happy ending, the film goes on for another, crucial, unpredictable beat.”
– THE PLAYLIST

“To Leslie is a movie about hitting bottom but also a story steeped in grace — and even, within its understated, lived-in aesthetic, tinged with a bit of fairy tale…”
– HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

“To Leslie doesn’t always make things easy, but it’s deeply touching to watch the film’s characters learn how to share their mutual good fortune.”
– INDIEWIRE

“A personal and heartfelt drama with yet another stellar turn from the always-great Andrea Riseborough.”
– ROGEREBERT.COM