When Joe Warr's (Clive Owen) wife dies suddenly he's faced with a daunting prospect: raising his young son by himself. He enlists the help of his other, slightly older, son who's been living with another parent. This movie is sure to have lots of sentimental moments and its fair share of sap, but it also has dramatic potential. And, quite frankly, it's refreshing to see Owen in a role where he's not running around and shooting at things. Take a look after the jump.
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