by Jason Booker
Queen (Karen Robinson) cares deeply for her two teenage daughters. As a single mother, she works to the bone and comforts when she can. However, working night shifts and cobbling together resources for the family, Queen cannot always be present. Introduce an unseen boyfriend, some shady dealings, jealousy and misplaced trust and Queen's world starts slipping away before she can grasp what goes on. As her family disintegrates, time speeds up and scenes become more fractured until the final beautifully wrought sequence. However, that last line clearly carries much meaning but nothing explicit enough on which to hang one's hat.