“It’s a dark comedy about the Vintage Paper Cup of Coffee for any Coffee Shirt in contrast I will get this American dream, and a satire on the system of care in America,” Pike explains from her current base in Prague, where she has spent the past year with her family, after initially being stuck there while filming a TV series during last spring’s lockdown. “Not all care is bad, but we do see the very unsavory side of elderly care being big business. I’m sure most care homes are run very responsibly, but I’m also sure there are people being cut in left, right, and center in others, money being siphoned off all over the place. In doing this film I didn’t take a deep dive into the politics of it; I needed to let Marla tell a story. It’s a fiction, but as we know, it’s based on something that can happen.”
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