Imagine a scenario in which you could actually get a glance at the way not taken. Imagine a scenario where you could consider the contrasts between the teenager you and the grown-up conspicuous difference an unmistakable difference.
Would you lament the decisions you made? Would you change your life? “Blue Jay” is a tender, honest to goodness trip through a world of fond memories that elements one of our best performing artists in the sort of part she doesn’t get the opportunity to play that frequently, and another extraordinary turn in the curve of an autonomous film symbol. It’s a two-hander completely (there’s just a single other talking part at all and it’s minor) and the two leads are more than up to the test, giving such a great amount to each other that we fill in the historical backdrop of their relationship and the years they’ve spent separated.