American film company Samuel Goldwyn Films has recently acquired the rights to romance drama A Boy. A Girl. A Dream., Variety reported.
The drama stars Omari Hardwick (Power) and Meagan Good (Minority Report), and the film first premiered in January at the Sundance Film Festival.
Hardwick plays a Los Angeles club promoter on the night of the 2016 presidential election when he meets Free (Good), challenging him to revisit his broken dreams during a series of unfortunate events that happen when Donald Trump wins ahead of Hilary Clinton in the electoral college race.
Producing the film is Datari Turner (Video Girl) with Qasim Basir (Destined) serving as the director of the script, which he also credited for. Hardwick and Good also serve as executive producers of the film.
The film also stars Jay Ellis (Insecure), Dijon Talton (Glee), Wesley Johnathan (Roll Bounce), and Affion Crockett (Fifty Shades of Black).
A premiere date has not been announced.
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