Details about Good Neighbors
Good Neighbors – Arlo Wilde, a rough has-been hero who has nothing to show for his acclaim except for track marks, is consistently two stages behind different fathers. His significant other, lovely ex-event sovereign Gertie, feels socially alienated and hapless. Spunky adolescent Julie curses like a mariner and her child sibling Larry is classified “Robot Boy” by the children on the square.
Their nearby neighbor and Maple Street’s Queen Bee, Rhea Schroeder—a forlorn junior college educator subduing her own dim past—invites Gertie and family into the overlay. At that point, during one spritzer-filled summer evening, the new closest companions share excessively, too early.
As pressures mount, a sinkhole opens in a close by park, and Rhea’s little girl Shelly falls inside. The quest for Shelly brings a stunning allegation against the Wildes that twists crazy. Unexpectedly, it is one mother’s assertion against the other’s in a court of popular assessment that can end just in blood.
An arresting and heartless depiction of American the suburbs, Good Neighbors unearths the risks and treacheries of parenthood and companionships and the perilous conflict between social pecking order, youth injury, and dread.