WHO’S IN IT?
Angourie Rice (The Nice Guys), Justice Smith (Paper Towns), Jeni Ross (Stage Fright), Lucas Jade Zumann (20th Century Women), Rory McDonald (film debut), Katie Douglas (Compulsion), Jacob Batalon (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Ian Alexander (film debut), Sean Jones (Hero), Colin Ford (We Bought A Zoo), Jake Sim (It), Nicole Law (film debut), Karena Evans (Delta State: Slipping Into The Future), Owen Teague (It), Hannah Richardson (film debut), Maria Bello (Prisoners), Michael Cram (Miss Sloane), Debby Ryan (Muppets Most Wanted), Amanda Arcuri (film debut), Charles Vandervaart (film debut), Rohan Mead (Stonewall)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Michael Sucsy (The Vow), director; Jesse Andrews (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl), writer; Anthony Bregman (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), Peter Cron (Indignation), Christian Grass (Alone in Berlin) and Paul Trijbits (Tamara Drewe), producers; Elliott Wheeler (Restraint), composer; Rogier Stoffers (Brimstone), cinematographer; Kathryn Himoff (Pollock), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Rhiannon (Rice) is a normal high school student who is surprised one day to find her neglectful boyfriend Justin (Smith) is acting like a completely different person, and that the very next day he’s back to his usual ways. She soon comes across random people who tell her that they have been possessed by a spirit known as “A”, which is involuntarily placed in the body of a different person every day. Despite the bizarre circumstances, Rhiannon starts to fall in love with “A” even as it transfers from one person to another…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Perhaps one of the more out-there premises for a teen romance in a while, Every Day manages to overcome its weirdness with a sweet love story between a girl and several other people (don’t read too much into that).