First Trailer for Indie 'All We Had' Directed By & Starring Katie Holmes
"Mister - superheroes don't fly, or look like Jesus. They drive broken down cars…" Gravitas Ventures has debuted a trailer for an inspirational indie drama titled All We Had, the feature directorial debut of actress Katie Holmes, who also stars in the film. It's about a troubled mother and her young teenage daughter, named Ruthie played by Stefania Owen, who end up in a small town after attempting to live out of their car. They've always lived on the edge of poverty, but here they might've found an unlikely family working at a local diner. Also starring Richard Kind, Eve Lindley, Mark Consuelos, Katherine Reis, Judy Greer and Luke Wilson. This premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and is based on a novel of the same name. It looks like there's some strong performances in this, with her daughter being the most memorable.
Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Katie Holmes' All We Had, direct from YouTube:
For fifteen-year-old Ruthie Carmichael (Stefania Owen) and her young mother, Rita (Katie Holmes), life has never been stable. Fleeing Rita's latest boyfriend, they find themselves living out of their beat-up car, and heading east in search of a better life. When money runs out and their car breaks down, they become stranded in a small town where Rita ultimately lands a steady job waitressing at Tiny's, a local diner where they begin to develop a family: tender-hearted Marty (Richard Kind), the owner of the diner, and Pam (Eve Lindley), a transgender waitress with big dreams who becomes Ruthie’s closest friend. All We Had is the directional debut of actress Katie Holmes; directing from a screenplay written by Josh Boone and Jill Killington, adapted from Annie Weatherwax's novel. After first premiering at Tribeca, Gravitas will release All We Had in select theaters + on VOD starting December 9th this fall. Anyone interested in this?