WHO’S IN IT?
Alison Brie (How To Be Single), Debby Ryan (Life of the Party), John Paul Reynolds (Most Likely To Murder), Molly Shannon (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl), John Ortiz (Silver Linings Playbook), Jay Duplass (Pink Wall), Robin Tunney (Hollywoodland), Paul Reiser (Whiplash), Matthew Gray Gubler (Life After Beth), Meredith Hagner (Irrational Man), Dylan Gelula (Support The Girls), Toby Huss (42), Angela Trimbur (The Final Girls), David Paymer (Get Shorty), Aaron Stanford (25th Hour), Dendrie Taylor (The Fighter), Lauren Weedman (Imagine That), Jake Picking (Patriots Day), Luis Fernandez-Gil (Joshy), Sharaé Nikai (Fight Your Way Out)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Jeff Baena (Life After Beth), director, writer, producer; Alison Brie (film debut), writer, producer; Alana Carithers (Paddleton) and Mel Eslyn (The One I Love), producers; Josiah Steinbrick (film debut) and Jeremy Zuckerman (Just Peck), composers; Sean McElwee (Rock & Roll Eulogy), cinematographer; Ryan Brown (Joshy), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Sarah (Brie) is a socially awkward woman who spends her time focusing on her fascinations with arts and crafts, horses, and supernatural crime shows. However, she soon starts to find that her increasingly lucid dreams are starting to trickle into her reality…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
For her writing debut alongside Life After Beth filmmaker Jeff Baena, Alison Brie goes all in with a lead performance that compliments the film’s fascinating increase into the surreal.