Some Sundance success stories take longer to develop than others. While class of ’17 debuts like The Big Sick, Call Me by Your Name, and Mudbound have been available to general audiences for months, another, the critically acclaimed drama Golden Exits, will finally open in February, more than a full year after premiering in Park City.
The fifth feature from writer-director Alex Perry Ross (Listen Up Philip, Queen of Earth) is an ensemble affair about a loosely connected group of Brooklynites whose already troubled lives and relationships are gradually upended by the arrival of an outsider.
The disruptive force is Naomi (Emily Browning), a 20-something Aussie hired to be the new assistant of the discontented archivist Nick (Adam Horovitz, aka Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys).
It’s not long before Naomi’s presence provokes jealousy from Nick’s therapist wife, Alyssa (Chloë Sevigny), and her suspicious sister, Gwendolyn (Mary-Louise Parker). Meanwhile, Naomi reconnects with an old family friend, Buddy (Jason Schwartzman), whose marriage to Jess (Analeigh Tipton) could be threatened as a result.
Check out the film’s exclusive trailer above, and exclusive poster below.
Golden Exits opens Feb. 9 and then select cities and on digital Feb. 16.
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