Directed by Brett Haley, ‘All Together Now’ is an upcoming drama film all set to release on the streaming giant Netflix. Based on Matthew Quick’s 2011 novel “Sorta Like A Rock Star,” All Together Now is a film about finding hope in dark times. This movie is surely going to touch your hearts and give you hope.
We all have felt low at some point in our lives. And our family was there to pick us up. And by family, we don’t mean people who are related to us by blood, but by bonds of emotion. They can be your parents, your friends, and your community even.
When you’re in high school, keeping secrets is pretty common. Who your crush is, how you rushed through your homework, how different you are from your peers, you get the gist? And one thing we loathe to disclose is our family struggles.
All Together Now Release Date:
All Together Now will premiere on 28th August 2020 on Netflix.
The Cast Of All Together Now:
Leading the cast of All Together Now is Auli’i Cravalho, who is best known as voicing Moana of Disney’s Moana. She stars as Amber Appleton, who is described by Netflix as being “a musically gifted high school student with aspirations to attend Carnegie Mellon.”
Fred Armisen plays Amber’s drama club leader, Mr Franks, Justina Machado is set to play the role of Amber’s mother Becky and the comedy legend Carol Burnett as Joan, Amber’s “favourite pessimistic resident” at the retirement community.
Rounding out the cast are Taylor Richardson, Rhenzy Feliz, C.S. Lee, Judy Reyes, Anthony Jacques Jr. and Gerald Isaac Waters.
All Together Now Plot:
According to the synopsis by Netflix, “Amber Appleton (Cravalho) remains an optimist even when her personal life is far less stable than it appears on the surface. A musically gifted high schooler with aspirations to attend Carnegie Mellon, Amber balances work, life, and some tough life secrets with a smile.
But when new obstacles present themselves that threaten her aspirations, Amber must learn to lean on the strength of her chosen family to move forward.”
All Together Now Trailer:
When you first watch the trailer of All Together Now, you immediately fall in love with the movie’s lead star, Amber. She is smart, funny, bubbly and talented. Not to mention her infectious optimism. She is so talented that she is invited to audition for the music program at Carnegie Mellon University.
But, every coin has two sides. And Amber, she’s homeless. She’s juggling far more than an average high-school student including drama club, working at a doughnut shop to support herself and her mom and spending time helping out around a retirement community. Fortunately, she is surrounded by people who love and care for her and want to support her no matter what. Now, if only she would accept their help!
Being stubborn and self-dependent are very good traits, but not when you’re hurting. Will Amber be able to accept the help of those she loves?
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