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Here's a film that will take us back to the time when we were young and stupid

"Paper Year" gives us the "deep and dark" aspect of loving someone

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6/29/2018 in News
Here's a film that will take us back to the time when we were young and stupid

"Paper Year" features a story of two 22-year-olds who are madly in love. As they move into the first year of their marriage, they encounter cracks in their relationship, which makes them think -- did they make the right decision of marrying each other?

Starring "Victorious" actor Avan Jogia, and "Bridge of Spies" actress Eve Hewson, "Paper Year" will give us a taste of the realities a young, married life.

A review from Now Toronto has been posted last June 21, and here's what they say about the movie.

This heartthrob will make you fall in love this July!

1. "Writer/director Rebecca Addelman is after something deeper and darker."

2. "'Paper Year' looks at that point in life when we trick ourselves into believing we’re more responsible, more together, more adult than we really are, and what happens when that trick suddenly stops working… and what happens when one member of a couple realizes that before the other."

3. "Hewson and Jogia are both very good at finding the small moments that make Franny (Eve) and Dan (Avan) individuals rather than templates."

4. "A small, generous film that deserves a wide audience."

5. "Filled with truthful moments and fine performances."

Check out the full review here: "Review: Paper Year is a small, generous film that deserves a wide audience"

Young love. First year of marriage. What can go wrong?

Watch the trailer here:

Directed by  Rebecca Addelman ("New Girl," "Love," "Ghosted"), catch "Paper Year" this July 4 in cinemas nationwide!

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