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Caroline Dhavernas plays a woman desperately trying to take control of her life in Adam Keleman’s debut feature.
“I am the architect of my life,” declares Sherry, the central character of Adam Keleman’s debut feature, in her opening voiceover narration. But the structure she’s made of it proves mightily wobbly indeed. An alcoholic making a tenuous living selling cosmetics door-to-door, she sleeps with strangers she picks up in bars, lives in a motel and has left her young daughter in the custody of her sister for the last 10 years. Her desperate existence makes the title of Easy Living sadly ironic.
But as compellingly played by the charismatic Caroline Dhavernas (Mary Kills People, Hannibal), Sherry proves endlessly fascinating. Whether trying to procure a small business loan so she can open a salon with her best friend Danny (Jen Richards) or masturbating in frustration while watching an old movie after an attempted sexual liaison goes badly, she consistently behaves in an intriguingly inconsistent manner.
A character study of an endlessly flawed human being, Easy Living thankfully avoids heavy moralizing or platitudinous bromides and it even makes familiar situations, such as Sherry’s estrangement from her fed-up sister (Elizabeth Marvel) and tween daughter (Taylor Richardson) who doesn’t know what to make of her, seem fresh. And when Sherry attempts to enter into a more serious relationship with a man who turns out to be as off-kilter as she is, the results are equally unpredictable. To his credit, director/screenwriter Keleman also doesn’t bother to accentuate such plot elements as Sherry’s sister living with a woman or that Danny is portrayed by a transgender actress.