From Dustbowl Pictures, Complacent, starring Cerina Vincent and Kerri Green, is an emotionally gripping drama about important life lessons. Director Steven R. Monroe has a steady perspective on the challenges and fears that affect adults at their midpoint.
Two sisters, Myah (Cerina Vincent) and Beth (Kerri Green), struggle with their differences in life and in the older sister’s mentally abusive marriage, until the lives of Beth and their friends are shaken to the core by a tragedy that they are all forced to face.
Here are 5 reasons why you should see Complacent:
5) Cerina Vincent!
Cerina Vincent really gives it her all during Myah’s story arc. The role of Myah demands Vincent to be heartwarming, funny, depressed, and sorrowful. Her riveting performance is definitely worth watching.
4) Kerri Green!
Kerri Green has such great chemistry with Cerina Vincent. Viewers will really feel the emotional bond between Myah and Beth. Beth (Green) believes in her artwork but she doesn’t have the passion to push herself further.
3) Elisa Donovan!
Elisa Donovan does wonders in the role of Jennifer Pulchek. Donovan carries the burden and exhaustion of being drained by her marriage.
2) The Direction!
Writer/director Steven R. Monroe does a great job examining the lifestyle of each character. Robert Wilkensen (Joey Kern) has achieved his highest stats in golf and doesn’t feel the need to push himself further. Thomas Pulchek (Keir O’Donnell) is stuck in his own rut that he doesn’t know how to get out of it.
With a solid cast, Complacent feels overall heartfelt and personal. The film is very absorbing from start to finish.
Complacent is available On Demand, Amazon, Apple, Google, and VUDU on November 5th, 2020.