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For When You Get Lost

A dark comedy that proves one can still come of age when middle-aged.

“Officially premiering at the 30th annual Austin Film Festival, For When You Get Lost is a dark comedy that proves one can still come of age when middle-aged. Directed by Michelle Steffes (who produced Short Term 12) and written by Jennifer Sorenson (Orphan is the New Orange), the movie follows June Stevenson (played by Sorenson herself) as she drags her estranged sisters on a road trip to meet with their father and make peace with him before his death.

“Inspired by a road trip that took place in real life, For When You Get Lost also stars Elizabeth Alderfer (AP Bio, United States of Al), Aja Bair (Euphoria, Kenan), Brian Thomas Smith (The Big Bang Theory), Cat Hammons (Yellowstone), and Adam Chambers (B Positive). Full of gorgeous imagery of the Pacific Coast, the movie explores the beauty of both landmarks and craft breweries while investigating the root of one family’s dysfunction in a manner both humorous and heartfelt.”

– Screenrant, 10/9/23

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