WHO’S IN IT?
Keira Knightley (Begin Again), Chloe Grace Moretz (Kick-Ass), Sam Rockwell (Confessions of a Dangerous Mind), Ellie Kemper (Bridesmaids), Mark Webber (Scott Pilgrim vs. The World), Kaitlyn Dever (Short Term 12), Tiya Sircar (The Internship), Gretchen Mol (The Notorious Bettie Page), Jeff Garlin (Daddy Day Care), Sara Coates (Junk Bonds: The Return of Junkbucket), Louis Hobson (Lucky Them), Kirsten deLohr Helland (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Lynn Shelton (Your Sister’s Sister), director; Andrea Seigal (film debut), writer; Kevin Scott Frakes (The Frozen Ground), Steve Golin (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), Alix Madigan (Winter’s Bone), Myles Nestel (The Hottie and the Nottie), Raj Brinder Singh (Celeste and Jesse Forever) and Rosalie Swedlin (Cracks), producers; Benjamin Gibbard (film debut), composer; Benjamin Kasulke (Safety Not Guaranteed), cinematographer; Nat Sanders (Short Term 12), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
28-year-old Megan (Knightley) finds that nothing has changed for her since high school: still living with her boyfriend Anthony (Webber), and working a pedestrian job. When Anthony proposes to her, she flees in a state of panic and crosses paths with 16-year-old Annika (Moretz), who asks Megan to buy her and her friends some alcohol. After hanging with Annika for the night, she decides she needs to lay low for a week and takes up residence at Annika’s house, where she lives with her single father Craig (Rockwell)…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Keira Knightley proves she’s good for more than just costume period dramas, by headlining a human comedy about growing up and all that other adult stuff.