Carrie Lowstein and Hannah Rosen have been inseparable for as long as they can remember. When their former Hebrew school classmate, Samantha Goldstein, commits suicide, the two girls go to her funeral as well as the “Teen Talk-back” session designed to be an opportunity for them to understand grief through their faith. But, after an innocent kissing exercise turns Carrie’s world inside out, the best friends find themselves distracted by the teenage complications of lust, social status, and wavering faith.
"Critic's Pick! This is a canny, compact portrait of teenage insensitivity, all the more riveting for its biting dialogue and funny performances."
–Teo Bugbee, The New York Times
"A provocative and often funny study of teen angst that morphs into an emotional thriller."
–Anne Brodie, What She Said