Opens April 12 | As he approaches the end of his twenties, Drew has come to a decision: quit his job as a data analyst. “I just don’t like it,” he explains to his boss. “Spreadsheets, numbers…I just thought there would be more to it.” Enthusiastic about embracing life, the charmingly awkward Drew, through a series of experiences and interactions as a newly-unemployed person, comes to realize he doesn’t have much of a life to embrace. In this idiosyncratic comedy debut from director Ryan Martin Brown, reminiscent of early Woody Allen with a dash of Curb Your Enthusiasm cringe, the essence of millennial ennui is brought to witty life against the background of New York City. Film Center exclusive.


Awards & Nominations

Winner - Grand Jury Prize, New Directors Competition, Nashville Film Festival


The Film Center is ADA accessible. This presentation will be projected without open captions. The theater is hearing-loop equipped. For accessibility requests, please email filmcenter@saic.edu