By Carey Purcell
21 Apr 2014
The film's availability around the world and in multiple languages was announced by Whedon in a video at the film's Tribeca Film Festival premiere April 20.
Here's how the film is described: "East Coast housewife Rebecca (Zoe Kazan) lives a comfortable, sheltered life, but she always knew there was something special about herself. Charismatic ex-con Dylan (Michael Stahl-David) has paid his debt to society and is ready for a fresh start in New Mexico, including a burgeoning flirtation with local good-time-gal Donna (Nikki Reed). When the two polar opposites realize they are strangely connected, an utterly unique metaphysical romance begins in TFF alum Brin Hill's sweet and smart film, which star Zoe Kazan aptly described as 'Joss Whedon does Nicholas Sparks.'"
Kazan's stage acting credits include Come Back, Little Sheba; The Seagull; and A Behanding in Spokane. She will next be seen in Manhattan Theatre Club's When We Were Young And Unafraid. Her playwriting credits include Absalom and We Live Here, and her film writing credits include "Ruby Sparks," in which she also starred, and "Revolutionary Road," "It’s Complicated," "The Exploding Girl" and the HBO miniseries "Olive Kitteridge."
Stahl-David has appeared in "Person of Interest" and "Mutual Friends."
Whedon, an Academy Award nominee and Emmy Award winner, has directed "Much Ado About Nothing," "The Avengers," "Glee," "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."