This insightful look at the psychology of grief involves Judith and Bill Rabb, who are taking Judith's recently widowed mother on a European tour. She twists her ankle and announces that she is going home to mourn properly. Judith feels there is no reason to grieve since her father, a workaholic, was never at home for them. Her mother tries to explain why her father did what he did. Left alone with her husband, Judith is finally able to mourn her father's death.
"Poignant." - Ashland Daily Tidings.