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An Exercise In Ambiguity

It is also an exercise in ambiguity, picking apart how years of memories and influences can lead a person to do something that, from a distance, might seem insane. Alana (Katie Driscoll) is a young Seattle woman with backcountry roots. She likes whiskey, trades playful insults over the phone with her brother in Tennessee, and hasn't gotten around to telling her girlfriend, Mel (Megan Ahiers), that she's a member of the NRA. Alana is a typetough and impulsive, but also troubled and trying to hide it. Alana and Mel are planning to move in together, but Alana seems more agitated than excited. She grumbles about quitting her job and, for reasons Ace Study Finds Crossfitâ„¢ Workouts Yield High Caloric Outputs that aren't initially clear, tries to hide an impending visit from her beloved brother Saul (Daniel Wood). She gets even squirmier when Saul calls to tell her their long-lost uncle Hal (a grinning and creepy Gianni Truzzi) has come back home and has Alzheimer's. "And you don't think that changes anything?" Alana asks cryptically. <br>Full story:

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