Asleep in My Palm explores the nature of parenthood and class in America as a father and daughter live off the grid in rural Ohio near a small liberal arts college. The two must face the challenges of her sexual awakening and need for independence as he escapes his violent and conflicted past. At once poignant and mordantly funny, the film delves into an America rarely seen, while juxtaposing it with the rarified privileges of an elite college in the social media age.
Produced by Tim Blake Nelson and directed by Henry Nelson, Asleep in My Palm stars Tim Blake Nelson,
Chloë Kerwin, Jared Abrahamson, Gus Birney and Grant Harvey.
IN THEATERS MARCH 1, ON VOD MARCH 19, AND ON STREAMING APRIL 19.