Filmmaker and actress Sarah Polley explores the nature of memory and storytelling while making a documentary on her own family. Focused on her late mother Diane's infidelities, we observe the intimate relationship politics of the Polley family. What comes to the fore is the imperfect marriage of Polley's parents which leads to questions about her paternity and questions about her place within the family clan.
- Sarah Polley Winner for the 2012 Toronto Film Critics Association Award for Rogers Best Canadian Film Award Finalists
- Winner for the 2012 Toronto Film Critics Association Award for Allan King Documentary Award
- Winner for the 2013 National Board of Review Award for Best Documentary
- Winner for the 2013 New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Non-Fiction Film (Documentary)