With Adam Reid’s debut effort Hello Lonesomepremiering this week at the Los Angeles Film Festival, we’ve got an exclusive look at the poster here for your enjoyment. And just in case you’re not quite familiar with this particular title, we’ve snagged the official synopsis and the trailer so you can get acquainted with it. Check ‘em out.
It’s got a pretty cool miniature look going on there. Simple, practical, and pretty damn cool looking. Now, as for what’s actually going to happen in this Adam Reid directed film:
Single urbanite Gordon (NATE SMITH) meets Debby (SABRINA LLOYD) online and finds their new relationship put to the ultimate test. A suburban widow (LYNN COHEN) gets much more than she was looking for when she loses her license and leans on her neighbor (JAMES URBANIAK) for support. And in the country, successful voice-over artist Bill Soap (HARRY CHASE) starts to make amends for being such a lousy father. Sparkling with wit and humanity, Hello Lonesome is the first feature film from writer/director Adam Reid.
Now if you’re like resident “I don’t have a medical license after a lawsuit” Dr. Abaius, you probably can’t be bothered to read. So instead, glue your eyeballs to this trailer.
Looks like this quirky film could have some heart and some laughs wrapped up inside of it. If you’re in the Los Angeles area and want to take a look, there are three showings as part of the LAFF: Friday JUNE 18 @ 7:30pm, Tuesday JUNE 22 @ 10:15pm, and Wednesday JUNE 23 @ 5:30pm, all of which are at the Regal Cinemas 14.
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