Just look around in any American town or city, and you can see people living on the edge of economic stability. Undoubtedly there is too much of it—but there’s also too much of it being depicted in a phony, unsubtle manner by moviemakers.
Katie Holmes’ feature directorial debut All We Had follows a struggling, poverty-stricken mother, Rita (Holmes) and her daughter, Ruthie (Stefania Owen), on a cross-country journey toward a better life.
Following in the footsteps of Angelina Jolie, Jodie Foster, and Meg Ryan, Dawson’s Creek and Batman Begins actress Katie Holmes turned to filmmaking after a nearly 20-year career in front of the camera, and a new trailer for the upcoming drama All We Had offers an emotional preview of her skills as a director.
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