Sometimes it takes time to stand up for oneself.
Peter di Girolamo finds himself in a dangerous situation on a California mountaintop.
How do you fully love someone when a painful past holds them back?
Will Foote‘s relationship becomes challenged by memories and difficult ties to past relationships.
Malcolm Brooks hikes to the ocean believing that the waves will match his own stormy mood. But the seas are calm and seem not to care.
At 16, Nora Willauer and Hannah Blanchard set off for their first-ever sailing trip alone and found themselves blinded by fog in the Gulf of Maine.
When Nora Willauer’s uncle Peter, who lived in the Maine woods, would come to visit the family farm, his ways challenged the family norms and inspired Nora’s independence.
For Will Foote, the farms, the rivers, and even the churches of upstate New York call to him to test his limits, but no matter how far he pushes himself, something tells him he still has more to go.
In a reverie, Alex Wilder watches someone who can’t bring himself to seize the moment – someone who begins to look more and more familiar.
Malcolm Brooks finally learns to love someone and also let them be free.