Spiderman actor Andrew Garfield appears alongside Strange things star Maya Hawke in the first trailer for Conventional.
Directed by The Godfather granddaughter of legend Francis Ford Coppola Gia, the film follows Link (Garfield) and Frankie (Hawke) as they battle their way to internet stardom.
As you can see in the trailer, Conventional integrates the visual pop of social media with the drama that unfolds as Link and Frankie are consumed by fame.
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The film received its world premiere at last year’s Venice Film Festival, but early reactions from critics weren’t overly friendly.
In your review, The Hollywood Reporter He said: “At the press screening in Venice, one could feel a certain dismayed hostility towards the film’s prepubertal humor and plot.
Indiewire He went on to write: “The plot is as predictable as the themes. Everyone who watches will know where it is going, although the viewer’s imagined version of the script will probably be more astute than the one written by Coppola and Tom Stuart.”
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“Not so much the bloody edge as the squeaky edge, Gia Coppola’s Conventional is a frenzied piece of social pop art satire that strives to be super current, but feels strangely traditional beneath its striking, pixel-filled surface, “he noted Daily display.
The film also stars Jason Schwartzman, Kalena Yiaueki, Nat Wolff, and Johnny Knoxville.
Conventional It opens in US theaters on May 7, with a UK release date to be confirmed.
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