Amy Jo Johnson’s ‘The Space Between’ gets a trailer and a first clip.
Are you ready for the Amy Jo Johnson-esaince? Have we worn that trope too thin by now? Listen, if McConaughey can have one, so can the original Pink Power Ranger. Johnson recently wrapped up her directorial debut, a “heartfelt comedy about tough discoveries and coming to terms with what it means to be a family.” It’s called The Space Between and it debuts on VOD September 1.
Here’s the film’s trailer:
And a clip:
And the film’s official synopsis:
When Mitch (Michael Cram), a proud new father, discovers that his baby isn’t his, he leaves his small-town and sets out on a journey to find the baby’s true daddy and ultimately what it means to be a father. Meanwhile, Jackie (Sonya Salomaa), the baby momma, reeling from her decision to take her pregnancy into her own hands, convinces her best friend to help her find Mitch and save their marriage. The journey they all take is a heartfelt, coming of age (a slightly older age) through backwoods burlesque festivals and small town funeral-home larceny. Filled with a hilarious and moving cast of supporting characters, The Space Between is a film about acceptance, family, love… and a few dirty diapers.