Before We Go, directorial debut of Chris Evans, will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this month, and they’ve shared a special presentation for the movie. You can read below all the information, including a long plot summary, of the movie and also the schedule in which the film will be shown.
The engaging chemistry he shares with Eve makes Before We Go a worthy addition to the cinematic legacy of beguiling brief encounters.
CAST & CREDITS
Plot summary – Flustered and fearful after a brush with a mugger, Brooke (Alice Eve) races through Manhattan’s Grand Central Station, desperate to catch the night’s last Boston-bound train. She fails to make it in time, and inadvertently succeeds in catching the eye of Nick (Evans), a busker, who is immediately enthralled. Their chance encounter leads to an intimate odyssey through nocturnal New York, and as Brooke’s initial wariness gives way, she and Nick prove keenly attuned to one another’s personal struggles. But while their connection is undeniable, a major complication looms: another train will be along in the morning, and Brooke has a husband awaiting her return.
If you have the chance of going to the TIFF, this is the official schedule of the movie (visit the official website to purchase your tickets, click here):