CANADA – 2013 – 90 MIN – COLOUR - FEATURE - IN ENGLISH
A FILM BY KIRK SCHRIEFER
NON-THEATRICAL: AVAILABLE FOR TV, VOD & FILM FESTIVALS ONLY
Pete Miller, Janet Sloan and Stan Winston attend the funeral of their friend, Keith Owens, and discover that Keith left his pub, “The Angel Inn”, to them under the condition that all three of them take equal ownership. Despite Keith's weird offer, Pete, Janet and Stan each find reasons to accept.
Involved with each other's lives again, Pete and Janet struggle with the romance that was once there. For Stan, the inheritance brings up painful memories which he tries to control by turning the “Evil” Angel Inn into something “Good” assuming that Pete and Janet will agree with his plan.
Pete discovers that he likes running the Angel Inn while Janet makes plans to sell the pub to finance a new career. But the more time the three of them spend together at the Angel Inn, the more they realize that the past still rules them.
Inspired by one of the Angel's regulars, Pete is able to forgive Keith and Janet for what happened four years ago. He encourages Janet to do the same, and despite the emotional cost involved, she does. This frees them to pursue their love affair. Stan, however, is frustrated by the failure of his “Plan” and the uncertainty of his situation is heightened as Stan witnesses the freedom and change of heart Pete and Janet experience.
In the end we see someone who looks an awful lot like Keith Owens walking away from the Angel Inn in the dark.