WHO’S IN IT?
Charlie Plummer (All the Money in the World), Taylor Russell (Waves), Andy García (The Untouchables), AnnaSophia Robb (Soul Surfer), Beth Grant (Donnie Darko), Devon Bostick (Adoration), Lobo Sebastian (The Mule), Molly Parker (1922), Walton Goggins (The Hateful Eight), Drew Scheid (Halloween), Ellie Dusek (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Thor Freudenthal (Hotel for Dogs), director; Nick Naveda (Say You Will), writer; Mickey Liddell (Jackie) and Pete Shilaimon (I Can Only Imagine), producers; Andrew Hollander (Waitress), composer; Michael Goi (Fingerprints), cinematographer; Peter McNulty (Bad Boys for Life), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Adam (Plummer) is a high school student with dreams of becoming a chef. However, after a fight gets him expelled midway through his senior year, he is diagnosed with schizophrenia and sent to a Catholic school to complete the school year, where he wishes to keep his condition a secret. However, his growing mental illness soon becomes a problem for him and those around him…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
This sweet and sensitive teen drama takes a look at mental illness in a profound manner that doesn’t overlook its serious implications but also doesn’t let it define the characters on their own terms.
WHEN’S IT OUT?
FRIDAY 6TH NOVEMBER 2020 (IN CINEMAS*)
(WRITTEN BEFORE LOCKDOWN ANNOUNCEMENT)