Performer Drew Waters makes his coordinating presentation with a family-accommodating show of a new marriage’s difficulties.
“Peak encounters in our excursion through this world” make for minimal artistic dramatization in New Life, performing artist Drew Waters’ sincere yet hardened passage into the family-accommodating motion picture commercial center. As youth sweethearts who wed and should move beyond impediments both all inclusive and less along these lines, Jonathan Patrick Moore and Erin Bethea emanate wholesome goodwill however can’t vitalize a by-the-numbers screenplay. Film industry potential, similar to the film itself, is unobtrusive to a blame.
Moore plays Ben, who in a plummy British intonation portrays this account of a couple destined to be as one.