Independent film — Grit

Frankie is a sexually liberated and self-assured independent single woman. Until the day her doctor puts her on notice that she’s quickly approaching infertility. You can almost hear the tick-tock of Frankie’s biological clock once she gets the news of her impending barren womb.

Independent film — Grit

Grit

Directed by Eileen Abarrca, Jordan Auten  |  Review by Helen Wheels

An independent film — Frankie is a sexually liberated and self-assured independent single woman. Until the day her doctor puts her on notice that she’s quickly approaching infertility. You can almost hear the tick-tock of Frankie’s biological clock once she gets the news of her impending barren womb. It doesn’t help that it seems most of her female friends are pregnant. Then somehow, through no fault of her own, she ends up spending a baby shower holding a toddler. Her interactions with the tiny human convince her she needs a baby of her own. It’s now or never, which inspires her to do everything she can to manufacture a child before it’s too late.

Read more at Cult Critic — the online independent film magazine: independent film reviews and interviews with international independent filmmakers.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: