AE Exclusive Clip: ‘BECKS’ Hits Theaters Feb 9th

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BECKS has been on our radar for a while now, and two of our team have already viewed this film and loved it! We of course will provide you with a (spoiler-free) review, but in the meantime we had to reach out to the film studio to let them know how much we appreciate this movie. After all, how many movies do lesbians get in this world that are well made, have strong actors, and let lesbians LIVE??? Well, you can add BECKS to the list.

To thank us for our appreciation and to hold you over until its release on February 9th, Blue Fox Entertainment cut a clip from the movie exclusively for AfterEllen readers. You won’t see this clip anywhere else, so if you’re a fan of the film once you watch it, add this to your fan-favorite vids!

From Blue Fox Entertainment:

BECKS stars Tony-Winner and Grammy-Nominated Lena Hall (Broadway’s “Hedwig and the Angry Inch”), BAFTA-Nominated and SAG Award Winner Mena Suvari (AMERICAN BEAUTY), Academy-Award, Emmy and Golden Globe Winner Christine Lahti (RUNNING ON EMPTY, Chicago Hope), Tony Winner Dan Fogler (FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FINE THEM, HORTON HEARS A WHO), Michael Zegen (FRANCES HA, Boardwalk Empire) and Hayley Kiyoko (JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS).  It was co-directed, co-written and produced by Elizabeth Rohrbaugh and Emmy-winning producer Daniel Powell (Inside Amy Schumer).  They co-wrote the script with Emmy-nominated writer Rebecca Drysdale (Key and Peele) and produced along with Alex Bach.

Inspired by the real life of singer/songwriter Alyssa Robbins, the film follows a Brooklyn musician named Becks (Lena Hall) who, after a crushing breakup with her girlfriend, moves back in with her Midwestern mother (Christine Lahti). As she navigates her hometown, playing for tip money her old friend Dave’s (Dan Fogler) bar, an unexpected relationship begins to take shape. Driven by an original score by Alyssa Robbins, the film’s musical numbers bring a unique new voice to the American musical movie.

BECKS hits theaters and VOD on February 9th!

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