Trailer of the Tourette Syndrome movie Hello My Name Is Frank

Check out the official trailer of Hello My Name is Frank, the upcoming drama comedy movie written and directed by Dale Peterson and starring Garrett M. Brown, Rachel DiPillo, Mary Kate Wiles, and Hayley Kiyoko:

Plot synopsis:
“Frank (Garrett M. Brown) is a reclusive 59-year old man with Tourette Syndrome who is left despondent following the death of his long-time caregiver. Recognizing this, the caregiver’s teenage daughter Laura (Rachel DiPillo) drags a reluctant Frank along on a life-changing road trip with herself and her two friends – rebellious Alisa (Hayley Kiyoko) and God-fearing Kim (Mary Kate Wiles). What follows is a journey that sees the characters bond, learn, grow, and come into their own. This heartfelt dramatic comedy tackles its subject matter with a respectful yet humorous tone.”

And two posters:

(Click on a poster to enlarge.)

People plagued with Tourette syndrome aren’t possessed by the devil, it’s “just” a neurological disorder characterized by repetitive, stereotyped, involuntary movements and vocalizations called tics.

Anyway, looks we have a funny movie ahead! Frank may have Tourette syndrome, but he rules!

The release date of the movie Hello My Name is Frank is set to May 17, 2016 (on VOD).

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