Cleveland International Film Festival } April 7 – April 20, 2021

Results

Year: 2015
Country: United States
Run Time: 105 minutes

Results

Recently divorced, newly rich, and utterly miserable, Danny (Kevin Corrigan) would seem to be the perfect test subject for a definitive look at the relationship between money and happiness. Danny's well-funded ennui is interrupted by a momentous trip to the local gym, where he meets self-styled guru/owner Trevor (Guy Pearce) and irresistibly acerbic trainer Kat (Cobie Smulders). Soon, their three lives are inextricably knotted, both professionally and personally. Writer/director Andrew Bujalski (Computer Chess, 2013) returned to the Sundance Film Festival with a fun, intimate fable that's utterly grounded in real life. As wrinkles turn into complications, then blow up into full-fledged issues, the talented ensemble keeps the pensive tone light and the complex plot breezy. The end result is a charming shaggy-dog tale that's been hitting the gym: taut, limber, and powerful. – Sundance Film Festival

CIFF39 Screenings

Tower City Cinemas

Friday, March 20, 2015 at 7:40 PM -
Friday, March 20, 2015 at 9:25 PM

Competition
American Independents Competition

Director
Andrew Bujalski

Andrew Bujalski is a Boston-born actor, writer, and director who studied film at Harvard's Department of Visual and Environmental Studies. His films have won multiple awards, including a Film Independent Spirit Award for Someone to Watch.

Filmography
"Funny Ha Ha" (2002), "Mutual Appreciation" (2005), "Beeswax" (2009), "Computer Chess" (2013), RESULTS (2015)

Producers
Sam Slater, Paul Bernon, Houston King

Screenwriting
Andrew Bujalski

Cinematography
Matthias Grunsky

Editing
Robin Schwartz

Principal Cast
Guy Pearce, Cobie Smulders, Kevin Corrigan, Giovanni Ribisi, Anthony Michael Hall, Brooklyn Decker

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