CW’s “The Flash,” Grant Gustin
Also Stars with Nicola Peltz of TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION in AFFLUENZA
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The summer indie drama AFFLUENZA, is directed by Kevin Asch and written by Antonio Macia, creators of the critically acclaimed film HOLY ROLLERS. See more about Grant here:
During the summer of 2008, aspiring photographer Fisher Miller (Rosenfield) escapes his middle-class life in upstate New York for the moneyed mansions of Great Neck, Long Island when he moves in with his uncle and aunt (Guttenberg and Mathis) while applying to college in Manhattan. Finding himself on the outside looking in at his beautiful cousin Kate’s (Peltz) circle of indulged and entitled friends, he ingratiates himself with a stash of high-quality weed and a vintage camera that he uses to document their hard-partying exploits. Fisher becomes fast friends with the fabulously rich Dylan Carson (Sulkin), a leader of the group and a long-time admirer of Kate. Before long, he is swept up in a heady world of absentee parents, plentiful booze and casual sex. But, as the burgeoning financial crisis spirals out of control, the once seemingly endless stream of money dries up; friendships, romances and marriages melt down; and the glamorous veneer that once captivated Fisher implodes, exposing the hidden perils of privilege.
Director Kevin Asch’s (HOLY ROLLERS) latest film, AFFLUENZA, is written by Antonio Macia (HOLY ROLLERS) and the film stars Ben Rosenfield (“Boardwalk Empire,” GREETINGS FROM TIM BUCKLEY), Gregg Sulkin (MTV’s “Faking It,” “Pretty Little Liars,” “The Wizards of Waverly Place”), Nicola Peltz (TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION, THE LAST AIRBENDER, “Bates Motel”), Grant Gustin (CW’s “The Flash,” “Glee,” 90210”), Steve Guttenberg (DINER, COCOON, POLICE ACADEMY, THREE MEN AND A BABY, “Veronica Mars”), and Samantha Mathis (AMERICAN PSYCHO, LITTLE WOMEN, PUMP UP THE VOLUME). AFFLUENZA is produced by Morris S. Levy’s Mega Films (THE TEN, SEDUCED AND ABANDONED) and Asch’s Lookbook Films.
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