After making his directorial debut with GARDEN STATE, Zach Braff returns with the much-anticipated Wish I Was Here, a Kickstarter-funded comedic drama co-written with brother Adam J. Braff. Funny, moving and supported by an impressive cast, the film lands in cinemas across the UK from 19th September 2014 through Koch Media.
WISH I WAS HERE follows the life of Aidan Bloom (Zach Braff), an L.A-based mid-thirties husband, out-of-work actor and non-practicing Jew. Approaching a crisis point in his life, he’s reluctant to give up on his dream of becoming an actor yet feels the strain he’s putting on his wife, Sarah (Kate Hudson), the sole breadwinner. When his father (Mandy Patinkin), gets ill and they can no longer afford to send their kids (Joey King and Pierce Gagnon), to a private Hebrew school, Aidan is forced to re-evaluate everything. Not easy for a guy who still daydreams he’s a spaceman.
Wish I Was Here is out now in cinemas.