Agnes and her two sisters struggle through a day in a home overrun by gamblers, thieves, and johns.
Directed by: Lori Petty
It is a really deep movie... I really like dramas. That film shows how children can survive and even prosper emotionally despite the terrible childhood. The poker games which was shown in the film was so exciting that for a second I thought that it is me the one who was playing poker. Actors have played so plausibly that you begin to sympathize with the heroes without even thinking about it. You start to think as if you are living in this movie. I recommend to anyone who loves dramatic films and films about players.