John Cho and Mia Isaac in Don’t Make Me Go
There’s nothing at all like a healthy dose of teenager angst to make a lady want her father miles away from anything at all going on in her lifetime. But in the trailer for Prime Video’s Really don’t Make Me Go, one dad Max (John Cho) is on a mission to bridge that gap with his teenager daughter Wally (Mia Isaac) ahead of he loses the chance forever due to a really serious illness.
The movie finds Max with his heart established on currently being with his daughter although he even now can following exploring that his more and more worsening complications might be terminal. Max options to bond with Wally all through a cross-country street trip from California to New Orleans—he tells his her they’re headed to his college reunion.
Wally is originally a lot less than bought on the strategy of a summertime on the highway with her dad. “I will be depressing the full time,” Wally suggests with no looking away from her laptop or computer screen just after Max very first pitches the idea. Wally is familiar with her dad has problems, but does not notice just how critical his issue is—plus she has a boyfriend with a bowl slash that she’s significantly additional focused on.
But as the father-daughter duo commit extra time with each other above the system of the highway trip laughing, crying, and snapping selfies together, they notice just how vital they are to 1 one more. “I want you for my complete lifetime,” Wally tells Max in one tearful roadside scene.
Hannah Marks is established to helm the film, with Vera Herbert penning the script. Mitchell Hope, Jemaine Clement, Stefania LaVie Owen, and Kaya Scodelario all spherical out the forged.
“Don’t Make Me Go explores the unbreakable, everlasting bond concerning a father and daughter from both of those sides of the generational divide with coronary heart and humor together for the ride,” Primary Online video wrote in a statement.
Don’t Make Me Go hits Prime Video on July 17.