A romantic story Plus One, which could well have happened in reality, comes out within the “Listapad. Collections”. The film earned the Audience Award at the Tribeca Film Festival and rated 90% fresh on the film review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes. You can relax watching Jeff Chan and Andrew Rhymer’ comedy from August 8 to 21 at the comfortable Falcon Club Cinema Boutique.

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Summer is the season for weddings. Confirmed bachelor Ben and his girlfriend Alice, who just broke up with her boyfriend, are invited to ten weddings at once. In order not to look for a plus one, the guys decide to pretend to be a couple in love. Will they be able to resist the magic of sex around them and stay friends?

“We came up with the idea of the film Plus One at a time when all our friends, as if having got together, started to bind themselves with family ties. We decided that the story of growing a long-standing friendship into love amid all these countless weddings would be an excellent occasion to share our thoughts and feelings about the life’s defining moments of each person,” the directors and screenwriters say about the idea [the quote is not precise].

Jeff Chan and Andrew Rhymer are a creative duo from Los Angeles. They met at New York University, started writing scripts for the series PEN15 together. Jeff Chan was one of the directors of the series Adam Ruins Everything. Rhymer was the producer of sitcoms for Comedy Central, Red Hour, Yahoo, and Paramount Insurance.

Plus One premiered at the Tribeca Independent Film Festival, where the film won the Audience Award. The comedy was also presented at the Asia-Pacific Film Festival in Los Angeles.

The film stars Jack Quaid, known for his roles in the films The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Vinyl, and Maya Erskine, a star of the series Hart of Dixie and Man Seeking Woman.

The Observer calls the picture “a charming little independent film” that reveals an important truth: “if you spend your life looking for perfection, you run the risk of ending up with nothing.” “Therein lies the brilliance of Plus One: All of this feels like it’s really happening,” Mashable notes.