Nicole Kidman) then starts meeting Jason (Miles Teller), the young driver, to chat, and he tells her of parallel universes and infinite possibilities, which he is also drawing a comic book about. Her husband Howie (Aaron Eckhart) disapproves of the meetings, but has been going to grief counselling meetings with a friend and 'getting high', nearly having an affair in the process.
There are also issues with Becca's sister and mother (who had also lost a child, only as an adult), but in the end, they are gradually coming to terms with it.
An interesting film, although l would have preferred more stuff about the parallel universes and comics, but never mind. I will forgive the director (John Cameron Mitchell) pretty much anything, as he also did 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch', one of my favourite films. In fact, it was because l noticed he was the director of this film that l decided to watch it.