"An important and timely film. Director Daphne McWilliams bravely explores the health and hardiness of men raised by single mothers... I was struck by how a room full of boisterous teens fell silent as they watched the film that mirrored many of their own experiences."
- Sean Grover L.C.S.W, Psychology Today and Author of When Kids Call the Shots
"What's most interesting is the eventual sit down with Chase's own father that proves to be the most revealing interview of them all. A doc that proudly adopts a 'no guts no glory' fearlessness, McWilliams work is near perfect."
- Jason Coleman, Starpulse
"A challenging and incredibly intimate work charged with deep emotion."
"A documentary that explores, through Chase's experience and that of other men who were raised without fathers, how they filled the holes in their hearts and prevailed over their feelings of anger, sadness and abandonment."
- Sheila Anne Feeney, AMNewYork