DVD Release: Stuck Between Stations

DVD Release Date: March 13, 2011
Price: DVD $26.98
Studio: Lionsgate

Stuck Between Stations movie scene

Zoe Lister-Jones and Sam Rosen have a moment in Stuck Between Stations.

Zoe Lister Jones (Shadows & Lies) and Sam Rosen (Nobody) star in the 2011 independent comedy-romance film (okay, there’s some drama in there, too) Stuck Between Stations, which also features appearances by Michael Imperioli (The Lovely Bones) and Josh Hartnett (40 Days and 40 Nights).

In the movie, Casper (Rosen), a soldier home on bereavement leave, gets a second chance to make an impression on his childhood crush Rebecca (Lister-Jones), a promising grad student, after the two meet in a bar in Minneapolis. Drifting through the streets of their hometown, the pair embark on a night wherein they find themselves falling in love and falling apart.

The film’s whirlwind meeting-and-romance story has been done a zillion times (this one sounds a lot like Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise) and has been proven to work best if the leads click. According to critics who checked this one out when it played festivals in  Tribeca and Austin, Lister-Jones and co-writer Rosen get on quite nicely.

Though the movie played in theaters in New York and Minneapolis briefly in the latter part of 2011, Stuck Between Stations is essentially a DVD premiere.

Bonus features on the DVD include a commentary by director Brady Kiernan and a making-of featurette.

Here’s the film’s trailer:

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