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Every Day
Every Day




97 minutes


Coming of Age, Drama, Romance, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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‘A’ is a traveling spirit who wakes up every day in the random body of a different teenager. One day, ‘A’ inhabits the body of Justin, the inattentive boyfriend of high-school student Rhiannon, a young woman with a troubled home-life due to her father’s economic and mental health struggles. The pair spend an unusually close day together, and ‘A’ finds themself falling for Rhiannon. But how to explain their secret to her? As the pair develop an increasingly deep, if mysterious bond, they must struggle to find one another every day and try to stay together, even though they are unsure about what – or who – each day will bring. This is an unusual, earnest teen drama which acts as a perceptive and contemporary allegory for dealing with a changing body, as well as issues around gender and sexual identity.

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12A Classification

Moderate bad language, infrequent suicide references.

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