All That I Am

Synopsis: On the eve of a looming family reunion, Christian's estranged father unexpectedly shows up at his door asking for help. Despite abandoning the family at the onset of his wife's terminal illness , Dr. Lynn claims he can justify his nine-year absence. Christian reluctantly agrees to escort his father into a hostile family environment, but his grief-fueled drug addiction sends an already tense family dynamic reeling.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Carlos Puga
Production: FilmBuff
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
82 min


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[Dr. Lynn]

I know you must still

have a lot of questions.

I'm not sure I'll ever be able

to answer them all.

You should know I didn't come

to apologize,

that would've been a bit

self-centered, I think.

I'm glad I came.

I miss the three

of you every day.

I've often wondered what

you all look like grown-up.

Susan, I wish your mother

could see

what a wonderful mom

you've become;

it would make her proud.

And Win, your spirit is

a wonderful gift;

hang on to it.

And Christian, stop beatin'

yourself up.

The words will come.



I turned to her and said...

....turned to her and said...


[Rock N Roll music playing d]

Alright man.

[indistinct chattering]

Alright man, thank you.



Hey. In the bathroom.


Do you wanna go first?

Don't worry, it's fine.

So, how do you know Margo?

Actually, I just met

her tonight.

She's friends with my--




Want more, or are you good?

[music playing]

[indistinct chatting]




Your phone's off, asshole.

You're late.



Oh hey, I spoke with

Marge's assistant yesterday,

and I think she really

liked it, Christian.

It's on your laptop, right?

Sometimes they ask to see some

of the older stuff you've


any papers from college...f*ck.

[banging drawers]

F*ck, are you out of

paper towels?

Oh, my god.

[Win muttering to himself]

--restaurant across

the street,

behind a red-brick building.

She moved the outdoor tables,

preparing them for the

upcoming dinner.

I thought you were gonna keep

the stuff with the little girl,

and the argument with

the parents?

But, you know what,

it's good,

it's actually better this way.

You listen, man,

I know how you feel about

using Mom's name or whatever,

but her books--

It is not finished.

There's no ending.

I told you it wasn't gonna

be ready for today,

so just don't get

your hopes up.

These guys are used to

reading rough drafts.

You have an ending,

you just haven't written

it yet, right?

[Christian sighs]

What time am I picking

you up on Friday?



Hey. Uh. This is my

brother Win.



[Jen] Jen.

- It's Jen.

Hi, Jen.

You guys are brothers?


[music playing]

[no audible dialogue]

Awesome dude, we're early.

Could've slept another


Alright man, this is it.

I'll wait for you

in the car.


we're coming on Rockville,

and then Washington D.C.,

which is gonna be our

last stop before making

the overnight trip to

New York's Port Authority.

If you'd like to

have something to eat,

or go to the restroom,

we will be stopping

for about twenty minutes.

Thank you.


Like, twenty-five minutes.

And how did he seem?

I mean, did he look hungover?

- No, he looked fine.

Well, it's good that it's

taking so long, right?

I mean, that means

they at least like it.

Yeah, maybe-- maybe--

In fact, that Tom published

all Mom's stuff.

I mean that's gotta be good,


Hey, are you guys

at the grocery story?

Sweetie will you go get me

some bananas,

the cheaper ones?

Yeah, I'm shopping for dinner

for Saturday night,

so please, don't be late

and be there before 2.

Okay, listen, me and Christian

were talking and we decided

that your new boyfriend is

a real bummer,

I don't have time for

your crap, Win.

What did he's say about

the awards thing?

Seriously, he's a fun-sponge,

he's the worst!

Win, what did he say about

the awards thing?

You didn't tell him?

You've gotta tell him!

He's gonna be happy for you,

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