The film follows Rhiannon (Angourie Rice,) who falls in love with an entity who wakes up in a different body each morning named “A.” When “A” falls for Rhiannon and the two try to find a way to be together– day after day, body after body, but it certainly won’t be an easy road.
The first video (featured above) focuses on the book by David Levithan and the challenges of adapting the story– specifically changing the point-of-view from A to Rhiannon. The cast also shares their thoughts on the book and the emption behind the story.
The second featurette focuses on “A,” including what makes the character so special and all of their different representations as they jump from body to body.
Next, we focus in on representation and the film’s main themes about love and relationships.
Finally, our last featurette takes the attention off “A” to focus on Rhiannon and the people she interacts with on a regular basis.
Every Day hits theaters this Friday, February 23, 2018.