Going the Distance, directed by Nanette Burstein from a script by Geoff Latulippe, is an economy class Up in the Air. A romantic comedy about two young people trying to balance life and love while separated from each other by thousands of miles, he opted for indie rock, post-pubescent jokes and a general atmosphere of coal-Judd Apatow style Instead of irony and sophistication to know George Clooney glazing Jason Reitman, the film of the participant.
The two young people are the real life, on-off couple Drew Barrymore and Justin Long: she plays Erin, 31, late flowering trainee, AOS visited New York to take a summer concert in a newspaper of the city, Garrett participant, working in a record company in difficulty, and a bit of a loser in love. A few hours after having broken with his latest SOA push, there happens to be ribbed by his derogatory buddies Dan (Charlie Day) and Box (Jason Sudeikis) in a local bar, than to meet Erin, including video game skills that he loves. Soon they, AORE in his place, hit the bong, or establishment in Berlin Take My Breath Away OSA.
A little later they, AORE trigger Coney Island, Central Park and cheapo Italian restaurants: they, AORE an AI, but how, being the brink of bankruptcy and working in industries cool, but in difficulty, are Do they ever be able to stick together when she flew back to San Francisco?
Burstein is best known as a documentary filmmaker and the film is at its best when it depicts the daily struggles of lovers split time zone: woozy phone calls at 4am, fragile efforts to phone sex, collage on images of panda bears snoozing YouTube. The report easygoing between Long and Barrymore, none of which seeks to monopolize the action, contributes greatly to the charm quotient. Going the distance movie can be watch online.