Playing tonight in the 2013 MGLFF
Director: Glenn Gaylord
Writer: David W. Ross
Stars: David W. Ross, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Alicia Witt, Maurice Compte, and Grant Bowler
I Do tackles the two hotbed issues of immigration and gay marriage in a non-political but personal way through Jack Edwards (David W. Ross). The story begins a few years in the past at a dinner with Jack, his brother Peter (Grant Bowler) and Peter’s wife Mya (Alicia Witt). During dinner Peter & Mya announce she is pregnant, and everyone is happy. But after dinner a tragic accident occurs.
Fast-forward to the present: Mya is a struggling single mother, and Jack has given-up his personal life to act as a surrogate father for Tara (Jessica Tyler Brown)–picking her up from school, tucking her into bed at night before he heads home, and always being there to help Mya in emergencies. But then everything changes when Jack’s extension for his work…
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