|The Evolution of Andrew Andrews wowed the crowd at The 13th Annual Dances with Films Festival in Los Angeles in June. No other film in their category sold as many seats at Laemmle Sunset 5 in West Hollywood.|
The Evolution of Andrew Andrews is the brainchild of comedic duo Will Klipstine and Amy Mills under the duos Singing River Productions umbrella. Directed by Klipstine, this charming, odd-ball comedy looks at what it takes for a 30-year-old boy to grow up.
“The Evolution of Andrew Andrews is silly and gross, tender and sweet. A wonderful vehicle for Will Klipstine’s obvious comedic touch and featuring a truly marvelous performance from Amy Mills, The Evolution of Andrew Andrews is sure to be a crowd-pleaser throughout its festival run. If you get a chance, catch this indie jewel!
While the film’s gross-out humor may bring to mind any number of Sandler films, it is the marvelous chemistry between Klipstine and Mills that evokes memories of the underrated gem Lars and the Real Girl. As the human connection sparks between Andrew and Mills’ Olivia, The Evolution of Andrew Andrews evolves itself into an indie comedic gem sure to connect with festival and niche’ crowds.
The truly revelatory performance in The Evolution of Andrew Andrews belongs to Amy Mills, who co-wrote and co-produced the film and gives a genuinely funny and heartfelt performance that exudes a depth seldom seen in low-budget indie flicks. Mills is clearly an acting force to be reckoned with, and one can only hope her performance here continues to open cinematic doors. ” Richard Propes. The Independent Critic.
The filmmakers are actively seeking distribution.
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