Major-league rookie pitcher Hopper Gibson (Johnny Simmons) has lost his focus. After choking on the mound, he’s sent down to the minors and prescribed sessions with an unorthodox sports therapist (Paul Giamatti), who pushes him to uncover the origins of his anxiety. Beneath it all is his fraught relationship with his overbearing ex-con father (Ethan Hawke), whose tough love is the source of both his success and his paralysis. [Synopsis courtesy of Tribeca Film Festival]
Michael Chambers has come home to Austin, Texas. To the mother who’s starting a new life and the brother driven by old jealousies. To the places he remembers and the memories he can’t forget. And to Rachel, the woman he married and then betrayed with his passion for gambling. Now she’s together with Tommy Dundee, a man no one trifles with. He takes care of her in a way Michael never could, but there’s a price for his attention and Rachel knows this. And when Michael devises a plan to get Rachel out from under Tommy’s control, they become entangled in a web of intrigue, danger and desire from which no one escapes unscathed.