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Bryan Greenberg Seeks Redemption in Exclusive ‘A Year and Change’ Artwork

Bryan Greenberg Seeks Redemption in Exclusive 'A Year and Change' Artwork

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Following its recent acquisition by Vision Films, Stephen Suettinger’s feature debut, “A Year and Change,” has been given a November 24 release date. 

The film, which also debuts its official artwork today, tells the story of a directionless vending machine proprietor who is forced to reexamine his life after a confronting incident at a New Year’s party.

“‘A Year in Change’ is a slice-of-life film that follows a young man over the course of an eventful year where he experiences a gamut of emotions,” explains Suettinger. “The series of events that our lead character faces and the people he encounters will come to define not just his year, but the course and direction of his previously stagnant life. After 9 years of working to get this story told, we’re elated that we finally have the opportunity to get ‘A Year and Change’ in front of audiences.” 

“I can’t wait to finally share the film with the world, and I think we found the perfect partner in Vision Films,” adds Emily Ting, a producer on the film.

Catch the film later this year on November 24, and view the official artwork above. 

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