I saw the film at the Cockatoo Island film festival (Sydney) at the end of October. I thought it was a very quirky, original script, largely focused on Emily Smith-Dungy (played by Oleysa Rulin) who is an intense champion jump-rope competitor. She comes from an absurdly eccentric family, each character is slowly revealed throughout the film with many twists and turns from children through to grandmother. It is both hilariously comedic and dramatic in turn and keeps a good pace. I hope, as an independent film, that it finds a decent audience on release next Feb/Mar. I saw it with a brother and sister who both also really enjoyed. The picture is really crisp, even on the gigantic screen we saw it on, and it's set in a spectacular house on the ice-covered lake. I thought it was great to see Kristin Chenoweth in a meaty, dramatic role, as she's often inserted as comic relief in larger mainstream films.