Coastal Elites, written by Paul Rudnick, became as soon as originally conceived as a stage play for the Public Theater. On the opposite hand, the COVID-19 pandemic compelled it to retract on a clear make: a film, directed by Jay Roach.
The film tells the reports of five varied of us — all residing in Los Angeles or Contemporary York, hence the title — who are coping with the pandemic of their very have suggestions. The starry solid involves Bette Midler, who plays a Contemporary York City public faculty teacher who finally ends up in police custody (in the trailer, she speaks with infuriate about a clear purple hat, which can also come up with a clue as to why she’s in custody); Sarah Paulson as a YouTuber; Issa Rae as a philanthropist whose work introduced her into contact with some unpopular political figures; Kaitlyn Dever as a nurse who travels from her home in Wyoming to Contemporary York City in utter to abet fight the pandemic; and Dan Levy as an actor below severe stress.
What gadgets the film other than other motion photographs popping out correct now would possibly well maybe maybe be that it became as soon as filmed completely remotely. Must you’re queer as to what a distant production seems love, retract a search at the contemporary trailer.
Coastal Elites premieres on HBO on Sept. 12 at 8 p.m.