Sticky Notes imparts its start to Chris Kelly’s Other People, however mind-set and characters make it an entirely unexpected ordeal. Like David in Kelly’s film, Athena (Leslie) delays her endeavor to make it in the inventive world and returns home and watch over a debilitated parent. For most of the runtime Athena and her dad Jack (a rough Liotta) keep up a façade of acidic and weak grumpiness which avoids them at all costs from each other, furthermore thwarts crowds from turning out to be sincerely joined.
The grouchy father isn’t quite a bit of an extend for Liotta, however he conveys enough profundity to pass on how incapacitated the generally impudent Jack is the point at which the decay of his wellbeing can never again be denied. A forceful peculiarity epitomized by the slanted notes Jack leaves lying around expels the account far from conspicuous reality. Eventually, this is the way to Sticky Notes’ shrewd disclosure.