WHO’S IN IT?
Sunny Suljic (The Killing of a Sacred Deer), Katherine Waterston (Inherent Vice), Lucas Hedges (Manchester By The Sea), Gio Galicia (film debut), Na-Kel Smith (film debut), Olan Prenatt (film debut), Ryder McLaughlin (Summer of 17), Alexa Demie (Brigsby Bear), Jerrod Carmichael (Bad Neighbours), Harmony Korine (Manglehorn)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Jonah Hill (film debut), director, writer, producer; Eli Bush (Annihilation), Ken Kao (Rampart), Scott Rudin (The Grand Budapest Hotel) and Lila Yacoub (While We’re Young), producers; Trent Reznor (The Social Network) and Atticus Ross (Bird Box), composers; Christopher Blauvelt (The Bling Ring), cinematographer; Nick Houy (Lady Bird), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Stevie (Suljic) is a lonely 13-year-old living in 90s Los Angeles with his single mother Dabney (Waterston) and his bullish older brother Ian (Hedges). He soon befriends a group of young skateboarders who hang out at a Motor Avenue skate shop, and as he experiences new things he also finds himself constantly dealing with his rough home life and the increasingly rough paths that his new friends are leading him down…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Jonah Hill makes his directorial debut with a very personal film that explores youthful rebellion in the 1990s and how rough it could be for a child growing up in that era.