By JOHN HARTL
Seattle Times movie reviewer
This made-in-Seattle movie plays like a metaphysical variation on "Tea and Sympathy," with Sean Patrick Flanery in the role of the confused prep-school boy, Joanna Going as the older woman closest to him and Dylan Walsh as her macho husband. It's distinguished by Going's haunting performance, the perceptive dramatization of growing student rebellion in a specific year (1965) and writer-director Howard Goldberg's refreshing avoidance of cliches about the period.
reviewed at THE SEATTLE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL