If you go to see the film "Harvest" this weekend at Madison Arts Cinemas, you might have a sense of deja vu.
Harvest is about three generations of a family coming together one summer at the family's home in the shoreline town. Years of resentment and betrayal within the family surface, and the grandson, a college student, does his part to hold them all together, growing up in the process.
"When I wrote the script, I wanted to write with some detail that was familiar," Meyers told the newspaper. "I thought Madison would be a great place to film because it's a beautiful shoreline town. You can spend a lot of energy trying to recreate a situation and trying to find another location that resembles what is imagined in the script."
The film follows three generations of a family that comes together one summer over the death of the patriach, a World War II veteran.
"It is loosely based on family drama," said Meyers. "It is a combination of things I wish could happen with family and things that I am afraid may happen. It creates a new story."
The film will be shown at 4:15 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the theater on Boston Post Road. A question and answer period will follow.