American Primitive (Once in a Very Blue Moon)
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American Primitive (Once in a Very Blue Moon)
Director Gwen Wynne explores the meaning of family and love during a time of sociopolitical turmoil with this drama about two young sisters who finds their lives thrown into turmoil upon realizing their widowed father is gay. Cape Cod, 1973: sisters Madeline and Daisy Goodhart arrive in the scenic beach town to live with their loving father -- the owner of a small, home-based furniture business. As the two girls do their best to fit in at their new high school, a secret threatens to tear their family apart: their father is gay, and he's in an intimate relationship with his business… More