I’m Not Here set to hit theaters and on demand March 8
Gravitas Ventures has acquired worldwide rights to I’m Not Here, starring Academy Award-winner JK Simmons, Sebastian Stan, Maika Monroe, Mandy Moore, and Max Greenfield. Directed by Michelle Schumacher, who wrote the film alongside Tony Cummings, the film will be available in theaters and on demand March 8th.
Steve (Simmons) is haunted by his past as every object in his home, every sound he hears, reminds him of a specific event in his life. Steve connects the events of his life to discover how he ended up alone and broken. As he relives each significant memory, he understands the generational issues that have held him captive like his father before him. Can he move past the pain and forgive his trespassers, and more importantly, forgive himself?
Writer/Director, Michelle Schumacher said, “Tony and I wanted to explore the idea of understanding one’s life by connecting the dots of meaningful events and viewing them through the lens of quantum mechanics. So we posed this question to ourselves, can self-reflection lead to redemption? We were very fortunate to work with Mary Vernieu and Riva Cahn Thompson in casting such gifted actors to bring our story of love and redemption to life.”
“This is a universal story of forgiveness and we are excited to be partnering with the talented filmmaking team and cast behind I’m Not Here,” said Brendan Gallagher, Executive Vice President and General Counsel at Gravitas Ventures.
Gallagher from Gravitas Ventures negotiated the deal with Randle Schumacher on behalf of the filmmakers.