On the eve of her college graduation, Natalie's life diverges into two parallel realities: one in which she becomes pregnant and must navigate motherhood in her Texas hometown, the other in which she moves to Los Angeles to pursue her career.
At first, the whole plot sounds something too cliché to be worth-watching, but it turned out as magical as it could be. Lili Reinhart is glowing in both the lives she is playing to have, and the rest of the cast gave worthy performances as well. A notable note is that all the characters appear in both lives, even if it is for a short amount of time, but eventually “Natalie” is making all the right and all the wrong choices that lead her to find her happy ending even if it will take her effort and time. She is a human being with all the ups and downs that come alongside being human, she has her fallouts, her breakdowns, her moments of happiness and love, and she learns how to appreciate the moment. It is a well-edited film, with spontaneous little details and it’s definitely Reinhart’s best performance yet! Totally recommended.