A Buddy Story is the tale of a not very successful solo singer/songwriter's quest for self-discovery. Buddy meets Susan along his journey - his new next door neighbour who is suffering at the hands of her abusive boyfriend, Pete. She seeks an escape from the city and her boyfriend so she, Buddy and Buddy's pet turtle drive out into the open road making a variety of stops on the way; such as the birthday party of an old man turned one hundred, and the rowdy atmosphere of a biker bar! The conclusion of this heart-warming story brings realisation and important understanding of the journey to find happiness.
A truly delightful story of friendship and self-worth with a fantastic soundtrack packed with originality and an outstanding resolution, the innocence and charm of this movie will fill you with contentment and make you cry and laugh in all the right places.
The film stars Gavin Bellour as Buddy (Hamill, This Revolution) and Elisabeth Moss as Susan (Mad Men, Get Him to the Greek) who give a gripping performance and inspirational interpretations of character. Directed and written by Marc Erlbaum, the film will be available exclusively On-Demand on May 15th.
Starring: Elisabeth Moss, Gavin Bellour, Matisyahu, Annabelle Gurwitch, Tovah Feldshuh, Tim Guinee, Dick Latessa and Geoffrey Wigdor.
Director: Marc Erlbaum
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