Devon Bostick (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, The 100) and Natalia Dyer (Stranger Things) topline Tuscaloosa, an indie drama directed and penned by Philip Harder. Details on the film, as well as the trailer, are featured in our post!
Based on the novel by Glasgow Phillips, Tuscaloosa centers on Billy (Devon Bostick), an early twentysomething who lives with his father (Tate Donovan) on the grounds that houses a mental asylum. Complications arise when Billy falls in love with Virginia (Natalia Dyer), one of his father’s patients. This romantic drama is set amidst a civil rights movement that is forming against the elite denizens of Tuscaloosa.
Rounding out the ensemble in the film, which takes place in 1972 Alabama, is rapper YG (White Boy Rick), Nathan Phillips (Snakes on a Plane), and Ella Rae Peck (Gossip Girl, The Looming Tower). Check out the trailer and tell us what you think!
Tuscaloosa hits theaters, On Demand, and digital on March 13 via Cinedigm.