After its premiere at the Raindance Film Festival in 2017, I’m Not Here, a drama based on a screenplay by Michelle Schumacher and Tony Cummings, will get its theatrical and on-demand release on March 8.
The film stars Sebastian Stan and J.K. Simmons as “Steve” in different stages of his life, who makes his way through a “different kind of love-story,” while being confronted with his past on multiple occasions. The movie is one of Stan’s recent efforts to delve into unique film-projects, taking him on different paths than his most iconic role as “Bucky Barnes” in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In addition to Stan and Simmons, the cast includes Mandy Moore and Max Greenfield.
Following the first showing of the movie, critics agreed that the film was not only one of the most anticipated films of the festival season, but that the cast delivered an extraordinary performance. It is definitely a film on which to keep an eye. So far, the theatrical and on-demand releases seem to be limited to the U.S. market.
You can pre-order the film and watch a short teaser here:
Like father, like son. #ImNotHereMovie is in theaters and on demand March 8. pic.twitter.com/ZqW0EH4SI2
— I’m Not Here (@imnotheremovie) January 29, 2019