Director: Trey Edward Shults
Writer(s): Trey Edward Shults
Starring: Taylor Russell, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Alexa Demie, Bill Wise, David Garelik, Justin R. Chan, Joshua Brockington, Krisha Fairchild, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Sterling K. Brown, Albert Link, Clifton Collins Jr., Vivi Pineda, Holland Hayes, Ruben E. A. Brown, Lucas Hedges, Lulu Braha, Jon Brudzinski, Jeff Hersh, Dennis Deveaugh, George Greer, Neal Huff, Avis-Marie Barnes, Monica Kaufer, Harmony Korine, Chuck Aurin, Valerie Ayala, Hanna Balicki, Sidnei Barboza, Chappell Bunch, Ricardo Burgos, Gia Carter, Jen Chia, Rachel Comeau, Anja Conklin, Victoria Cox, Ellen Marguerite Cullivan, Gene Mack Daniels, Harlan Drum, Kaylin Filipiak, Patrick H. Fox, Sara Frankino, Alan Fritz, Joseph Giambrone, Jasonn Gonzalez, Kyera Greene, Carter Harcek, Steve Heinz, Monica Henry, Nicholas Ryan Hernandez, Dylan Jarvis, Marie Joasil, Anjolie Judah, D’neal Justiniano, Mateja Kalajian, T.J. Larson, Elisa Lau, John Q. Leo, Josue Louis-Charles, Kim Ostrenko, Dominique Palmer, Natalia Patino, David Payton, Taisha Perez, Emily Rivero, Stephany Robayo, Chris Rodriguez, Celeste Angelina Sandoval, Peggy Sheffield, Crissy Vee, Hakeem Vilamar, Malik Vilamar, Bailey Walker, Valdez Williams, Kristin Wollett, Tiffany Sanz Yamini
Synopsis: a dramatic musical with a fresh spin, the pic is an energetic, affecting anthem of contemporary teenage life. The movie follows two young couples as they navigate the emotional minefield of growing up and falling in love. READ REVIEW
Release Date: November 15, 2019 (USA) | Length: 135 min | Genre: Drama Music, Romance | MPAA Rating: Rated R for language throughout, drug and alcohol use, some sexual content and brief violence-all involving teens.
Note: I found a David Payton and David Anthony Payton, both playing security guards, so I’m assuming they are the same person.