The streaming service released the first trailer for the indie drama on Wednesday, in which Page and her Juno co-star, Allison Janney, reunite for another mother/daughter dynamic (albeit a much more dysfunctional one) and the whole thing looks very good (and more than a little depressing).
Page stars as the eponymous Tallulah, a free-spirited derelict who lives out of her run-down van in New York City.
After getting mistaken for a maid at a hotel, she meets Carolyn (Tammy Blanchard), a wildly irresponsible new mom who is trying (and failing) to care for her infant daughter. Tallulah hatches a plan to rescue the baby girl from her dangerously negligent mother and use her in a con to convince her ex-boyfriend's mom, Margo (Janney), that the young child is actually her granddaughter.
While Tallulah and Margo bond over their troubled lives and raising a baby, it soon becomes clear that you can't just kidnap someone's baby and expect everything to work out in the end -- especially when the police get involved and initiate a manhunt.
The heart wrenching drama, directed by Sian Heder and co-starring Uzo Aduba, Zachary Quinto and Davis Zayas, debuted to rave reviews at Sundance in January and is set scheduled to premiere on Netflix on July 29.