A dark high school drama in “Kids” mode centered on a group of teens with a penchant for trouble, this ensemble indie centers on shy April (Emma Roberts), the class virgin who’s also a frequent babysitter for her soccer coach (James Franco), with whom she’s negotiating an affair. Jack Kilmer, son of Val, plays an introspective artist secretly carrying a torch for April. Nat Wolff and Zoe Levin costar.
Gia Coppola’s angsty suburban nightmare, with notes of Bret Easton Ellis and even aunt Sofia, premiered at the 2013 Telluride Film Festival to acclaim. Tribeca Film will release the film stateside in select theaters on May 9th. It is also headed to the San Francisco International Film Festival in April.