The Lake Effect, a Phoenix Film Festival preview
2011 Phoenix Film Festival preview screening
A screening of The Lake Effect with post-screening discussion with director, Tara Miele hosted by Bill Goodykoontz of The Arizona Republic.
The Lake Effect
Directed by Tara Miele
THE LAKE EFFECT is a dramedy about ROB, a charming man-child in his mid-forties. His young wife Natalie's biological clock starts ticking and Rob has doubts about settling down. Out of the blue, his estranged and very pregnant 18-year old daughter CELIA lands on their doorstep with her rocker boyfriend JACE. When a doctor orders Celia not to travel, Rob and Natalie are forced to care for Celia until she gives birth. While Natalie goes overboard with her nurturing, thinking she should raise Celia's baby, Rob fails to see the value in parenthood and clings to his immature ways. But if he is going to help Celia become a mother, he must embrace his role as a father before his grandchild is born.
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