About Alex (2014)

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About Alex Release Date
August 8, 2014
About Alex Synopsis
In About Alex, a circle of twenty-something friends reunite for a weekend away after one of them suffers an emotional breakdown. Despite the group’s best efforts to keep it light and enjoy themselves, a tinderbox of old jealousies, unrequited love, and widening political differences leads to an explosion that, coupled with the flammable combination of drugs, wine, and risotto, cannot be contained. An honest appraisal of adult friendship for our current social media moment, About Alex is a lighthearted look at the struggles of a generation that has it all – and wants more.
About Alex Credits
Starring: Aubrey Plaza, Max Greenfield, Nate Parker, Max Minghella, Jason Ritter, Maggie Grace, and Jane Levy
Directed by: Jesse Zwick
Produced by: Adam Saunders and Footprint Features
Length: 98 min
Distributor: Screen Media Films
Release Date:  August 8, 2014
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We've been seeing a lot of nostalgia over the summer of 1984 lately, but let's look back a little farther to the fall of 1983, when The Big Chill hit theaters and promptly won hearts. This ensemble drama, about a batch of old college friends who confront their current dilemmas together after attending the funeral of one of their own, is clearly the inspiration for the upcoming dramedy About Alex. And you can see it all over its new trailer....
by Kristy Puchko June 23, 2014 discussion comments
Tribeca: About Alex Is The Big Chill For Millennials, Complete With Star-Stuffed Ensemble Tribeca: About Alex Is The Big Chill For Millennials, Complete With Star-Stuffed Ensemble
It's a setup that served The Big Chill well, but there's something especially endearing in that About Alex's suicidal friend has the chance to speak for himself rather than be some ghost everyone feels beholden to. ...
by Kristy Puchko April 19, 2014 discussion comments
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