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The Outside Story

2020 Florida Film Festival Official Selection

Stream new release The Outside Story and support Enzian!

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Certified Fresh with 100% on Rotten Tomatoes!

Brian Tyree Henry takes on his first big screen lead role as Charles Young, a broken-hearted video editor. Perceiving a betrayal of trust as a sign his girlfriend Isha (Sonequa Martin-Green) is leaving him, Charles preemptively blows up his relationship and sequesters himself at home. The fates do not comply and Charles locks himself out of his apartment. Stumbling into a transformational, timely odyssey exploring his community, Charles meets a dynamic ensemble of previously avoided neighbors (including Sunita Mani, Olivia Edward and Asia Kate Dillon) who show him everyone’s got issues and it never helps to keep them all locked up inside.

USA, 2020, 85 minutes, Not Rated, Directed by Casimir Nozkowski

  • “This film is just adorable and I hope people take the time to check it out.”

    – Amy Nicholson, FILMWEEK (KPCC – NPR, LOS ANGELES)
  • “A lovely comedy…particularly refreshing in establishing such a strong sense of community and almost radical in its kindness.”

    – Stephen Saito, MOVEABLE FEST
  • “Being reminiscent of a film from the heyday of indie cinema isn't such a bad thing.”

    – Steve Murray, ARTS ATL
  • “Low-key, breezy…a gentle, touching little ode to rediscovering yourself. Brian Tyree Henry is the anchor that holds it all together, charismatic and funny and real.”

    – Alex Saveliev, FILM THREAT
  • “It is small, cute, cozy, a little funny and endearing.”

    – Angie Han, FILMWEEK (KPCC – NPR, LOS ANGELES)
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