Water Under the Bridge Movie Review
Before long, Jake's got a job and an apartment, and he's romancing his single-mom landlord (Gabrielle Anwar) while making inroads with his old family and trying to exorcise those demons.
Alas, writer-director Clark Brigham's inexperience comes through, as the last half-hour of the film consists of a series of whispered soliloquies, one from every major and minor character we've spent the last hour barely getting to know. And frankly, none of these characters, with the possible exception of Anwar's, is worth knowing at all: Jake is probably the worst of all, an annoying drunk and, for the most part, a selfish bastard.
The DVD includes a making-of featurette.
Aka Save It for Later.