That's Not Us

Join Indievents and Club David, Wednesday, April 6, for the South Dakota Premiere of That's Not Us.

That's Not Us has played at film festivals around the world. It was written and directed by William Sullivan and features a phenomenal young and ver talented up-and-coming ensemble cast sure.

Three twenty-something couples travel to an upstate New York beach house to enjoy the last days of summer, but what was meant to be a fun, carefree retreat transforms into an intimate exploration of sex and commitment. Moment-to-moment, relationships are tested as tensions between the couples and friends begin to simmer. That's Not Us is a romantic comedy that questions what it takes to sustain a healthy long-term partnership. While gender and sexuality may vary, the struggles to make love last do not.

"... consistently warm and engaging, thanks to the assured performances by the entire cast ... This is a perfect film to see a summer night with someone you care about.' -- Gary M. Kramer, INDIEWIRE

"... an honest and compelling portrayal of modern relationships" -- Huffington Post

"What makes [That's Not Us] utterly charming is its ability to re-create honest and relatable relationship struggles onscreen." -- Sarah Marloff, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

"Much of the film is improvised, but the excellent ensemble cast is more than up to the task." -- San Francisco Chronicle

"A charming, improvisational ensemble piece" -- 48 Hills

"... a beautiful telling of the inner workings of three authentic twentysomething couples. You will not find any gender or sexual tropes in this very stripped down film, making it all the more original and pure filmmaking at its best." -- SceneCreek.com

"A hit on every level but brought to a higher plateau due to the excellent acting from a great ensemble cast." -- Examiner.com

"That's Not Us is charmingly filmed and inescapably endearing." -- Toronto Film Scene

"That's Not Us brings to life a weekend we've all experienced in one way or another. Its brilliant ensemble of actors effortlessly and entertainingly reveals the common threads of humor, pain, lust, and joy in all committed relationships." -- Andy Towle, Towleroad

The screening will be held at Club David in Sioux Falls on Wednesday, April 6, 2016, and will begin at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $8 in advance and $12 at the door. You can purchase advance tickets at Club David, Zandbroz, The Last Stop CD Shop, or online at EventBrite (click button below).