Chris Evans stars as Frank, a single man raising his child prodigy niece Mary (McKenna Grace). After years of home-schooling, Frank enrols Mary at the local primary school in the hope she might have a normal childhood. However Mary's talents are quickly detected by her teacher Bonnie (Jenny Slate), whose intention to provide a higher quality of schooling motivates Frank's mathematically-inclined mother (Lindsay Duncan) to place Mary under the tutelage of university-level instructors. Caught between carers with the best of intentions, Mary quickly becomes a pawn in a game of 'who knows best'. Co-starring Oscar winner Octavia Spencer.
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