Apart from the Netflix smash hit Ozark, Julia Garner is known for a number of other shows and movies like Inventing Anna, Dirty John, The Americans, and The Assistant. These shows mark her remarkably unconventional roles, with Ozark at its peak. Some showcase her accent skills while others mark her absolutely stunning, award-winning performances, all of which took years to reach our screens. But there is one movie that was wrapped up in a span of just 19 days. Unbelievable, but genuine.
Do you know what we are talking about? Die-hard Julia fans must be aware but for those who are not, here is some trivia for you. This tragic comedy starring Julia was quite a sort of an underdog back then. Many did not approve of it but over time, people have realized how revolutionary it was. Here is what we are talking about.
The Julia Garner movie that filmed in 19 days
Julia Garner starred as Sage in this movie called Grandma. The movie was filmed in the year 2015 when the actress was merely 21 years old. It was written, directed, and produced by Paul Weitz and features a straightforward plot. Interestingly enough, the movie completed its production in 19 days. The raw, unfiltered, and realistically beautiful movie highlights grief, love, pain, broken ties, moving on, and choices that we made that make us who we are today.
“Decisions that go otherwise define what we are” is an iconic archetype of this movie. It tells you about how life is all about making critical choices at the most confusing moments of your life. IMDb explains it as, ”A teenager facing an unplanned pregnancy seeks help from her acerbic grandmother, a woman who is long estranged from her daughter.” It just cannot be ruled out as a typical feminist and unconventional movie, as it is for everyone in the present world. Hilarious and moving, the film is considered a cinematic masterpiece by many who have already savored it.
Sadly, the movie is not available to stream on Netflix. However, we have more options for you. Right now you can watch Grandma on Hulu Plus or by renting or purchasing on Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, and Vudu.
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