Director Todd Louiso zooms in on an unexpected intergenerational romance in the 2012 Sundance festival favorite
"Hello I Must Be Going" plays on a poignant, and familiar, question: Is age really just a number?
Director Todd Louiso's film, a Grand Jury Prize nominee at this year's Sundance Film Festival, follows Amy (Melanie Lynskey of "Two and a Half Men"), a mid-30s divorcée struggling to pull her life back together after the collapse of her marriage.
Amy's story takes an unexpected turn when she begins an impromptu romance with 19-year-old Jeremy (Christopher Abbott of "Girls"). What follows is a film about the disparities between generations and the various shapes that love takes — complete with a welcome dose of Blythe Danner.
"Hello I Must Be Going" hits theaters on Sept. 7. Meanwhile, take a look at the trailer below:
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