Stranger Says: After encountering each other on opposite sides of a violent protest, a policeman and his rebellious daughter reach the Final Straw. When the rest of the family confines the two to their country house, they must decide if neutral ground still exists. The generational squabbles may feel cookie cutter at first—these kids and their phones!—but there’s some real heat to their throw downs, as well as more than a few instances where neither viewpoint seems to be all that correct. The story is intriguingly thorny, with lead performances that deepen as the gulf between the characters grows wider.
by Andrew Wright