Drama,Mystery   United States of America

As Alex embarks on her journey to find her biological father, she encounters various challenges and adventures along the way. She meets a fellow runaway named Max, who becomes her loyal and supportive companion throughout her search.

Their first clue leads them to a small town where Alex's mother grew up. There, they meet Uncle Charlie, a family friend who reveals startling secrets about Alex's mother's past. Charlie reluctantly provides them with information about Alex's father, informing her that he is a renowned artist named Daniel Montgomery.

Driven by curiosity and a desire for answers, Alex and Max set out to find Daniel Montgomery. Their search takes them to the vibrant and bohemian world of the art scene, where they navigate through art galleries, underground exhibitions, and eccentric artists.

During their quest, Alex stumbles upon a cryptic painting that seems to hold a hidden message about her father's whereabouts. As she deciphers the clues hidden within the artwork, she becomes increasingly obsessed with finding her father, putting herself and Max in danger.

Along their journey, they encounter a mysterious art dealer named Isabella, who claims to know Daniel Montgomery well. Isabella offers to help Alex find her father in exchange for a valuable piece of artwork that has gone missing. Unsure of Isabella's intentions, Alex must decide whether she can trust her or not.

As they get closer to finding Daniel Montgomery, Alex discovers that her mother's secrecy was not entirely based on protecting her, but also hiding her own painful past. Alex begins to question the truth about her family history and realizes that finding her father may not provide the closure she seeks.

Finally, the day arrives when Alex and Max have tracked down Daniel Montgomery's hidden studio. Upon meeting him, Alex experiences a range of emotions, from excitement to disappointment, as she confronts her expectations versus reality. Daniel, though initially resistant, eventually reveals his side of the story, presenting a different perspective on why her mother kept him a secret.

As the movie reaches its climax, Alex must reconcile her feelings and come to terms with her newfound realization about her family dynamics. Who Are You People explores themes of identity, forgiveness, and the complexities of relationships, ultimately leading Alex to a greater understanding of herself and her place in the world.
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