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STOP AND GO | DECAL’s Covid Comedy Starring Whitney Call and Mallory Everton

Sisters Blake and Jamie’s big plans for the year come to a screeching halt when they are forced to rescue their grandmother and her beloved dog from her nursing home, before their reckless sister can get there first. They embark on a hilarious cross-country race against time while contending with a deranged dog breeder, a highly inappropriate 9-year-old, and a clueless Romeo, all in the name of family.

OPENS IN THEATERS AND ON DEMAND OCTOBER 1

Director: Mallory Everton, Stephen Meek

Writer: Whitney Call, Mallory Everton

Cast: Whitney Call, Mallory Everton, Julia Jolley, Anne Sward Hansen

Produced by: Sorø Films Production in partnership with BuzzFeed Studios

Producers:  Scott Christopherson, Abi Nielson Hunsaker, Babetta Kelly, Stephen Meek

Cinematographer: Brenna Empey

Running Time: 80 minutes

Rating: Not Rated

DIRECTED BY Mallory Everton and Stephen Meek
WRITTEN BY Whitney Call and Mallory Everton

STARRING
Whitney Call and Mallory Everton

THEATERS

New York    
Rutherford, NJ – Center Cinemas

Dallas    
The Colony, TX – Galaxy Grandscape

Austin    
Austin, TX – Galaxy Highland

Orlando-Melbourne    
West Melbourne, FL – Cinemaworld West Melbourne

Chicago   
Frankfort, IL – Emagine Frankfort

Seattle    
Monrie, WA – Galaxy Monroe

Minneapolis
Eagen, MN – Emagine Eagan

Los Angeles    
Los Angeles, CA – Lumiere Cinema at the Music Hall

Salt Lake City
Lehi, UT – Megaplex Theaters at Thanksgiving Point

Albuquerque    
Albuquerque, NM – Icon Albuquerque

Milwaukee  
 Lake Geneva, WI – Emagine Geneva Lakes

WHERE
IN THEATERS AND ON DEMAND
WHEN
Starting On: October 1, 2021

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