It’s not that the producers tried to fly under the radar – they were just too busy making the actual movie.
READ MORE: Sundance 2017: ‘Newness’ and ‘Trumped: Inside the Greatest Political Upset of All Time’ Added to Lineup Doremus’ fourth film to premiere in Park City after “Douchebag,” “Like Crazy” and “Breathe In,” the movie stars Nicholas Hoult and Laia Costa as a couple in contemporary Los Angeles navigating the world of online dating and social media–driven hookup culture.
THE quintessential romantic movie, this movie is stands the test of time, despite being almost 20 years old.
This movie revolves around the love that can be found when people put themselves (and their houses) on the dating scene.
After a divorced woman tries a dating website for the first time, she meets a man that may be her true love.
Will they get together, or he be the one that got away?
Serving as the medium for all things sexy between Demi and her dead husband, Whoopi Goldberg shows the world that as long as you find a good medium, death doesn’t have to be the end of the relationship.
(For those looking for a movie with a similar theme, try Weekend at Bernie’s.) Perhaps the greatest romantic film of the 2000’s, the Notebook teaches us how to love, how to cry, and how to take copious life notes in the event of a movie-adaptation.
The new Drake Doremus movie “Newness” is the rare film that was kept a secret almost by accident.