A young runaway cons her way into an occupation as a guardian for an extremely introverted kid in Janet Grillo’s show.
The subject of a mental imbalance is plainly dear to Janet Grillo’s heart. The mother of a tyke on the extremely introverted range, the movie producer has beforehand managed the subject in the Emmy Award-winning Autism: The Musical, which she official delivered, and her component directorial presentation, 2011’s Fly Away. Presently, as a team with screenwriter/co-maker Jennifer Deaton (the auntie of a mentally unbalanced youngster herself), Grillo conveys the moving show Jack of the Red Hearts.
Vigilantly mindful that groups of onlookers might be impervious to the topic, the film adds some gentle anticipation to the blend. The focal character is youngster Jack (AnnaSophia Robb), an intense, runaway vagrant who, in an edgy endeavor to raise cash to look after her more youthful sister Coke (Sophia Anne Caruso), audaciously talks herself into an occupation as a guardian for Glory (Taylor Richardson), a seriously mentally unbalanced 11-year-old young lady.