Watch: One Final Trailer for Indie Fave 'I Am Not a Hipster' Debuts
"A film that, even if you hate hipsters, you may fall in love with, just like me." Yep, that's what I'm quoted as saying (from this review) in this new and, likely, final trailer for Destin Cretton's I Am Not a Hipster, a film that premiered at Sundance last year as one of my favorites of the fest. Despite that title and what it sounds like, it's not a film about hipsters, it's an emotional, entertaining, heartfelt and easily lovable indie musical drama about a struggling family. Dominic Bogart stars as Brook, with Tammy Minoff, Lauren Coleman and Kandis Erickson as his three sisters, and Alvaro Orlando as his friend. I re-watched this recently and really enjoyed it again, such a great film, it's worth seeing when possible. Fantastic final trailer.
Watch the second official trailer for Destin Daniel Cretton's I Am Not a Hipster, via Vimeo:
From the Sundance 2012 guide: "Things are not looking good for Brook (Dominic Bogart), a young, talented singer/songwriter who has become the clichéd tortured artist. Slow to come to terms with the death of his mother, Brook is self-absorbed, aggressive, and the major obstruction to his own career success. His isolation is lifted when his three sisters and estranged father come to spread his mother's ashes. Brook's loving sisters have a magical effect on his anger and apathy, suggesting there may be hope for the misanthropic musician after all." I Am Not a Hipster premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival (my review). It's being self-released by director Destin Daniel Cretton and producer Ron Najor theatrically plus VOD starting this weekend. For more info and theater listings or download links, visit their official website.