Plus One is the comic story of two middle-aged adults who are trying to make it through a summer of wedding fever. The American movie is a romantic comedy genre. This fantastic rom-com is the brainchild of Jeff Chan and Andrew Rhymer.
Written and directed by Jeff Chan and Rhymer, Plus One appeals to a lot of rom-com fans. The movie was produced by Greg Beauchamp, Jeff Chan, Deborah Liebling, Ross Putman, Jeremy Reitz, Andrew and Rhymer. It also included Ben Stiller, Dan Weinstein, Nicholas Weinstock, Micheal Schreiber, James Short, John Short, Milan Chakraborty, Jackie Cohn, Amee Dolleman, Harris McCabe, and Stu Pollard as executive producers. David Devries, Rashonda Joplin, JP Quicquaro and Lisa Steen were also co-producers on this movie project.
The music for the movie was coordinated by Leo Birenberg.
The film was shot by cinematographer – Guy Godfree and edited by John Daigle.
Plus One had different release dates across several countries. It was first released in the USA on the 28th of April, 2019 at the Tribeca Film Festival. It was later released in Estonia (9th of August, 2019), Ukraine (29th of August, 2019), Singapore (5th of September, 2019), Portugal (2nd of January, 2020), UK (7th of February, 2020) and Mexico (.17th of February, 2020).
The movie was filmed in Los Angeles (California, USA), Malibu (California, USA) and Rancho Palos Verdes (California, USA).
Plus One was produced under Red Hour Films and Studio71 in association with Firewatch, The Bindery, Lunacy, Inwood Road Films, and Particular Crowd productions. It was also distributed by Shaw Organizations, NOS Audiovisuals and RLJE Films.
The movie tells the story of Ben and Alice, two middle-aged adults. They have been having an emotionally tough time. The season of weddings is upon them and to avoid being lonely, the two decided to be a “Plus One” to one another at every wedding they attend. They soon realized that they had so much in common, and a new love story begins.
The movie stars Ben by Jack Quaid and Alice by Maya Erskine as the lead characters. Other characters include Chuck by Ed Begley Jr., Derrick by Alex Anfanger, Marissa by Kiersten Armstrong, Ellie by Jennifer Bartels, Cartelli by Jon Bass, Uncle Davis by Joe Bays, Matt by Beck Bennett, Maggie by Scarlett Bermingham, Janice by Rachelle Carson, Angela by Rosalind Chao, Nate by Tim Chiou, Kara by Felisha Cooper and many other characters.
The movie opens us to the emotional struggle of the typical American young adults. It also shows the beauty of love and marriage.