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Life in suburban Serenity, Ohio is never quite as serene as it appears. An unusual accident leaves an Ohio woman (Hope Davis) with amnesia, leading to a second chance at happiness for herself and her family.
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Los Angeles Times
Friedman's inability to successfully reconcile the film's duality undercuts an eclectic cast gamely committed to Mark Lisson's thematically ambitious, if scattered, script.
August 25, 2011
Television Without Pity
Davis could play a role like Bunnie in her sleep, Mulroney often seems to be asleep and the rest of the overqualified supporting cast just appears relieved that their screentime is limited.
August 26, 2011
Reel Film Reviews
...a misguided and thoroughly obnoxious piece of work that wears out its welcome almost immediately.
November 23, 2011
New York Post
"Mad Men" devotees may show up for Christina Hendricks, who plays Mulroney's buxom secretary. Quite the acting stretch.
August 26, 2011
Paste Magazine
The Family Tree is never willing to try and really understand its family, instead creating wall of surface-level quirks as shorthand for their personalities.
August 29, 2011
Spirituality and Practice
Another around-the-bend black comedy that doesn't work.
August 29, 2011
New York Times
The only reason I can think of to watch Vivi Friedman's flat, satirical farce "The Family Tree" - and it's not a good enough reason - is the opportunity to play a game of spot the semi-star.
August 25, 2011
Village Voice
[It makes] a small case for not succumbing to nostalgic malaise -- too bad it's in a genre as played-out as [the] lead characters' passion.
August 23, 2011
CultureCatch
So in the end what we are presented with is a mildly affable comedy of familial dysfunction that wants to chide the times for being both morally and emotionally obtuse. Instead, The Family Tree winds up being little more than a film uprooted.
August 30, 2011
New York Daily News
To judge from the talent she drew for her shaky debut, Vivi Friedman must either be very well connected or an awfully smooth talker.
August 26, 2011
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