WHO’S IN IT?
Grant Rosenmeyer (Money Monster), Hayden Szeto (The Edge of Seventeen), Ravi Patel (Long Shot), Gabourey Sidibe (Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire), Janeane Garofalo (The Truth About Cats & Dogs), C. S. Lee (The Unborn), Jennifer Jelsema (Pilot Error), Martha Kuwahara (film debut), Delaney Feener (film debut), Kari Perdue (The Boy Next Door), Michael Waller (film debut), Netta Walker (film debut), Marika Engelhardt (House of Purgatory), Sophie Hoyt (Soul Sessions), Christine Vrem-Ydstie (I Don’t Care)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Richard Wong (Yes, We’re Open), director, cinematographer, editor; Erik Linthorst (High School), writer; Jacqueline E. Ingram (Chasing the Blues), Grant Rosenmeyer (Fugue) and Barrett Stuart (Rails & Ties), producers; Jeremy Turner (A Birder’s Guide to Everything), composer
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Scotty (Rosenmeyer), Matt (Szeto) and Mo (Patel) are three young men with physical disabilities; Scotty is paralyzed from the neck down, Matt is wheelchair-bound, and Mo is blind. When they learn of a special brothel in Montreal, Canada that specially caters to people with disabilities, they convince carer Sam (Sidibe) to drive them to their destination…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
This American remake of the Belgian film Hasta la Vista, this is a joyful and uplifting road movie that proudly celebrates the disabled community’s basic physical desires.