crush is a gay romantic comedy that will land the June 17, 2022 at the service of Star+and it comes from the hand of the young director and producer Sammy Cohen (Hollywood Darlings, 2017). The youth fiction will focus on the story of a teenage artist named Paige (Rowan Blanchard), who is forced to join the athletic team at her school. However, her life takes an unexpected turn when what seemed like a punishment suddenly becomes an opportunity. Why? He understands the power that this situation gives him to get to know better the girl he has been in love with forever.
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In the course of the situation, while Paige does everything in her power to conquer the girl of her dreams, she discovers the existence of another girl named AJ (Auli’i Cravalho), who will also make you feel unexpected things; until perhaps knowing the true meaning of love.
“I need to be at my best to get into Cal Arts.” This is how the trailer begins, giving us an entrance into Paige’s life, in which she also assures that in her new semester of school she will make her best moves, although her best friend does not believe her.
The charm that the young protagonist has with the girl she likes is so great that every time she sees her, time around her slows down, while she sees her as the center of everything, surrounded by color and with background music. Her friends know this, but they want to bend over backwards to get Paige to turn her attention to other girls, but it doesn’t seem to work.
the cast of crush is made up of a diversity of young actors such as megan mullally (Because the, 2016), Rowan Blanchard (A journey through time, 2018), Auli’i Cravalho (Moana, 2016), Aasif Mandwi (Offline Learners, 2013), Michelle Buteau (Isn’t It Romantic?, 2019) Y Tyler Alvarez (A dangerous love, 2017); among others.
Among the production companies in charge are 3ArtsEntertainment, American High, Animal Pictures, Depth of Field and L.D.Entertainment. Your dealers are Hulu Y Disney+.
In another part of the trailer, the protagonist is heard saying: “Now I have to become an athlete, do the perfect thing for Cal Arts, and pick the right girl.” Those will be the 3 goals for which this openly gay young woman will work hard. Will they be able to do it? Find out soon at Star+.
Some critics of fiction have said that crush it’s a ‘queer’ version of a John Hugues film, since it’s light, charming and walks between sincerity and sarcasm. Christy Lemire said it from rogerebert.com.