Angels Crest: Tribeca Review
Thomas Dekker, Lynn Collins and Jeremy Piven star in the Catherine Trieschmann-penned film about a small town grieving over the accidental death of a 3-year-old boy.
NEW YORK — Sober and heartfelt, Gaby Dellal's Angels Crest observes a small snowbound community as it processes the accidental death of a 3-year-old boy. Cast and crew's investment in the story's tragedy and its ensuing moral debates is evident in every frame, but the film isn't fully successful in generating the same depth of feeling in viewers. Familiar faces (Mira Sorvino, Jeremy Piven) in supporting parts help theatrical prospects to some extent, but a picture this serious needs better word-of-mouth than Crest is likely to get.
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