This slight Canadian melodrama, about the strained relationship between a career-oriented single mother and her teenaged, potentially delinquent daughter, offers little beyond obvious formulaic suds.
Picked up by the police for stealing a van, young Page (Mia Kirshner) is released into the custody of Sally (Jennifer Dale), her mother. Sally, a college professor, is about to leave San Francisco to return to her tiny hometown of Ingonish, Nova Scotia, upon the death of her estranged father. In
Ingonish, mother and daughter are received frostily by Sally's Aunt Grace (Anna Cameron) but are warmly welcomed by local policeman Donald Allen (Mike Crimp). Sally sets ab...