Kelly and CalAn unhappy new mother (Juliette Lewis) banishes the blues through her friendship with a mischievous teen (Jonny Weston) who has a spinal injury, only to realize that it's the perfect spark needed to thrust them both back to life.
Actors of "Kelly and Cal"
Characters of "Kelly and Cal"
Directors of "Kelly and Cal"Jen McGowan
Creators of "Kelly and Cal"Amy Lowe Starbin
Critic Reviews of "Kelly and Cal"Seattle TimesOctober 02, 2014
The movie turns a little soapy as it tries to locate a satisfying ending, and there are too many self-conscious statements of life's little lessons, yet the passion remains.Chicago Sun-TimesSeptember 26, 2014
It's difficult to be fully invested in the Big Emotional Developments of the final act.Arizona RepublicSeptember 25, 2014
There are complex situations, well-acted characters and a central relationship that feels authentic and mature - and yet it's missing some element to bring it fully into focus.Los Angeles TimesSeptember 18, 2014
Juliette Lewis and newcomer Jonny Weston bring terrific sensitivity to their roles.Philadelphia InquirerSeptember 12, 2014
A sly satire that's sexy, touching, and funny, if seriously flawed.NewsdaySeptember 11, 2014
An offbeat drama with a pervasive sense of unease. Compelling, if slightly inconclusive.The Film StageJune 07, 2016
Kelly & Cal follows well-worn territory and manages to make things feel fresh.Flick FilosopherNovember 05, 2014
A simple, honest, deeply satisfying tale of the complex mixed emotions and desires that make up a woman's life and often exist in secret.HeyUGuysOctober 03, 2014
Although the subject matter could have been tricky and condescending, screenwriter Amy Lowe and director Jen McGowan tell the story with a great amount of sensitivity and thoughtfulness.Q Network Film DeskOctober 01, 2014
manages to deal honestly with issues of superficiality and repression among the white-picket-fence set while also allowing for the complexities of human expression and feelingMountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)September 27, 2014
The things that are good about Jen McGowan's debut feature are so very good that it would be altogether too easy to overpraise the film -- and that would do no one any favors.
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