So B. It in my humble opinion is criminally underrated. It's not perfect of course, we get scenes that seem like they might lead somewhere more significant but never do, characters who pop in and out of the film at random just to help Heidi along, borderline offensive portrayals of disabled people, but at its core this is a sweet movie with a good moral message about family and what that phrase truly means. I'd say my favourite character was Bernie, an agoraphobic woman who faces her own battle in a subplot of trying to leave the apartment she's occupied for at least thirteen solid years. She provides a good moral compass for Heidi and helps her along the way. This film has a beautiful soundtrack, a story akin to the film "The Memory-Keeper's Daughter" and a lighthearted, bittersweet mystery that ends in grief but also in hope and peace.
So B. It
So B. It
A young girl named Heidi, who lives with her mentally disabled mother, travels across the country to find out about her and her mother's past.
May 28, 2020