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In an emotional and energizing atmosphere, this film pursues two isolated brothers, Drew and Will. Their mom, Sarah, asked the senior son, Drew, to accumulate with his brother again and go together to the old family house. They begin their adventure with their dad as well, yet they recall terrible recollections that occurred there.
It's more reflective of the human experience than many of its pure-hearted brethren. However, it undercuts that authenticity by lacking strong character motivations and details that would make this story of redemption feel truer.
Rough and uneven, Generational Sins is not the sort of film that will be passed along from father to son. It is, however, an adequate vehicle for MacPherson to demonstrate what he's capable of, and that's worth watching.