Desperate for change after death and loss, Hazel, 40, a biracial-Jewish woman impulsively throws herself into a project of travel and letter writing. She converts a 1970’s camper van for her 2000 mile journey from Washington State to Oaxaca, Mexico. Along the road she writes 100 handwritten letters, posing the question “what is love?” like a personal ad to the universe. Hazel leaves letters anonymously to be discovered by strangers, attaching only a photo and a PO box address to write back.
Y tu mamá también meets Stealing Beauty- Romancing the Stone meets Thelma and Louise
- Death and loss drive Hazel, 40, to take a solo road-trip of discovery to Mexico.
- She writes 100 anonymous love letters, dispersing them along the route in hopes that they’ll be found.
- Dear Stranger is a journey of heartache and discovery, and ultimately learning how to fall in love with your own life.