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      Scrap

      2022 1 hr. 45 min. Drama TRAILER for Scrap: Trailer 1 List
      100% 9 Reviews Tomatometer Beth (Vivian Kerr) has recently been laid off and struggles to maintain the appearance of a successful middle-class lifestyle as she bounces around Los Angeles. Hoping to land a new job and change her situation before her estranged older brother Ben (Anthony Rapp) finds out, Beth must confront her own pride in order to reconnect with him and provide for her young daughter Birdy. Meanwhile, Ben and his wife Stacy (Lana Parrilla) consider a third round of IVF and Stacy, a successful attorney, must re-evaluate her own conflicted relationship with motherhood. Read More Read Less

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      Keith Garlington Keith & the Movies “Scrap”....a thematically rich and emotionally grounded feature-length drama anchored by strong character-driven storytelling and three fantastic performances. Rated: 3.5/5 Feb 12, 2024 Full Review Louisa Moore Screen Zealots Here is a movie for people who don’t have it all figured out: in other words, most of us. Nov 15, 2023 Full Review Jeffrey Lyles Lyles' Movie Files Scrap could have just been another film about a stunted adult breezing through life. Director/writer/star Vivian Kerr makes her debut full length film a far more engaging examination of pride, dashed dreams, family bonds and parenthood. Rated: 8.5/10 Apr 17, 2023 Full Review Jennie Kermode Eye for Film Where it focuses on the complexities of sibling relationships and different kinds of parenting, it’s strong. Rated: 3.5/5 Apr 3, 2023 Full Review Peter Gray The AU Review It’s a film that values honesty, swallowing your own pride, and owning your truth, and though it occasionally overstays its welcome with a certain repetitive nature at times, its organic nature and performances continually shine through. Rated: 3.5/5 Mar 30, 2023 Full Review Jared Mobarak Hey, Have You Seen ...? It's an important message told with a wealth of empathy that never disappears even as Beth spirals deeper and deeper into depression and denial. It's also an honest portrayal of desperation. Rated: 7/10 Mar 24, 2023 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Synopsis Beth (Vivian Kerr) has recently been laid off and struggles to maintain the appearance of a successful middle-class lifestyle as she bounces around Los Angeles. Hoping to land a new job and change her situation before her estranged older brother Ben (Anthony Rapp) finds out, Beth must confront her own pride in order to reconnect with him and provide for her young daughter Birdy. Meanwhile, Ben and his wife Stacy (Lana Parrilla) consider a third round of IVF and Stacy, a successful attorney, must re-evaluate her own conflicted relationship with motherhood.
      Director
      Vivian Kerr
      Screenwriter
      Vivian Kerr
      Production Co
      A Season of Rain, Rue Dangeau
      Genre
      Drama
      Original Language
      English