Nathan Burr is 20 years old and he’s currently having a tough time. He was laid off from his job and his girlfriend didn’t see that they had a future together. He decides to fly to the city where he was born. He was raised in foster homes and he doesn’t have a birth certificate. He’s hoping to track down his mother and get his birth information. He visits the City Clerk to see about getting the birth certificate and the woman tells him it will take a little while but she thinks she can gather the information. He checks into a nearby inexpensive hotel and he meet Mave. She is the maid at the hotel and she always comes in his room to wake him up when he wants to sleep. He also meets Shelly and she doesn’t know anything about her mother either. She volunteers to go to the library with Nathan and see what kind of information they can gather about themselves.
There is a twist in this film that I didn’t see coming but then I realized I was just missing it from the beginning. Mave has a very positive attitude and she tries to pass that on to Nathan to keep him motivated to continue his search. 3 ½* (I liked this movie)
90 min, Drama directed by Bradley Dorsey with Erika Eleniak, Bradley, Dorsey, Erin Sossamon, Kristen Renton, Della Reese, Dean Cain, Michael Gross, Colleen Foy.
Note: Imdb 6.1 out of 10, 57% audience on Rotten Tomatoes, Amazon 4.3* out of 5* with 113 reviews.
Special Note: Filmed in Los Angeles, California.