Fresh from his own holiday, Jonah Hill shares the official trailer for his directorial debut, Mid90s. The A24 production, both written and directed by Hill, centers around Stevie, a 13-year-old kid in ’90s Los Angeles, who befriends a group of skaters. It looks set to deliver some seriously nostalgic vibes, and the internet is here for it.
While many would be quick to assume that Hill would lean more towards the comedic side for his first-ever director’s assignment, that appears to be far from the case. Mid90s looks to be a coming-of-age story that explores the difficulties of adolescents, specifically that of a troubled home life and trying to fit in with a new clique. We’re loving it, and so it would seem, is everybody else.
Here are just a handful of the positive, nostalgia-loving responses on Twitter.
Sunny Suljic stars as Stevie in the picture, alongside Jerrod Carmichael, Lucas Hedges, and Alexa Demie. You can look forward to Jonah Hill’s Mid90s landing in theaters October 19.
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