Keeping it in the family never worked so well as it does with the new film "The Year of Spectacular Men."
The lovely actress Lea Thompson known for roles from (All The Right Moves, Some Kind of Wonderful, Back to the Future, Caroline in the City, Howard the Duck, Switched at Birth) has now gone behind the camera and this time it with her gorgeous daughters in this film written by her daughter Madelyn Deutch.
In the film, Izzy Klein played by Madelyn Deutch has (barely) graduated from college, broken up (sorta) with her boyfriend, and is stranded in New York City with a bad case of pre-real-world millennial-itis. Unsure of what the next step is, her movie star little sister Sabrina, played by Zoey Deutch convinces her to move back home to Los Angeles and into her shared apartment with movie star boyfriend Sebastian, where they can keep an eye on rudderless Izzy. Emotionally unable to deal with the loss of her father, and slightly distracted by her mother Deb's newfound love affair with loopy yogi Amythyst, Izzy funnels her energy into dating a colorful bouquet of five complicated and spectacular men: Aaron, Ross, Logan, Mikey, and Charlie, over the course of the next year. Coping just barely with the help of her trusty notebook, she falls in and out of some not so romantic romances, and figures out that when it totally feels like the end of your story, it's often just the beginning.
The film is a great collaboration with mother and daughters and how love can bring us all through tough times no matter what. For more information on the film, check them out on Facebook and Twitter. The film opens June 15, 2018.