This is a make-you-laugh, make-you-cry comedy in the tone of "Juno", "Garden State" and "Little Miss Sunshine"
After Troy Harper loses his wife, he meets a bawdy, wise-cracking and adorable group of elderly women who guide him through the lessons he needs in order to grieve and find peace.
TROY (Daniel Gillies, "Captivity," "Spider-Man 2"), a young man whose wife, CORRINE (Bitsie Tulloch, "Quarterlife," "Lonelygirl15") recently died, heads to the Arizona desert to visit his favorite aunt, HILDA (Barbara Hershey, TV's "Chicago Hope," "Beaches," Woody Allen's "Hannah and Her Sisters"). Hilda is a free spirit who has always lived by her own rules and has no problem telling Troy how to live his life.
However, when Troy questions her about her relationship with a local man, BOBBY (Ron Perlman, "Hellboy," upcoming "Hellboy 2"), she suddenly becomes quiet. As it turns out Hilda and Bobby were once lovers, but they have barely spoken to each other in many years.
Hilda was emotionally betrayed by Bobby, and he has regretted this ever since. Troy takes it upon himself to "uncross the stars" and reunite Hilda and Bobby as a living tribute to his wife's memory.
"Uncross the Stars" will touch the heart of anyone who has loved and lost . . . and loved again.