Something You Said Last Night
by Luis De Filippis
Italian-Canadian Ren goes on vacation with her parents and younger sister, Siena. Her family doesn't know that the twenty-something transwoman has recently lost her job. Ren tries to cope with a resort geared towards retirees and her parents' lovingly arrogant ways, while her sister keeps them all on their toes with her rebellious outbursts. Knowing that Ren will be even more dependent on her parents for support after the holidays, the vacation home feels increasingly like it's shrinking. Luis de Filippis tells in this refreshingly cliché-free movie of family dynamics and explores a Millennial's contradictory desire to be independent yet cared for.