TV Shows

I Used to Go Here (2020)


Following the launch of her new novel, 35-year-old writer Kate Conklin is invited to speak at her alma mater by her mentor and former professor. After accepting the invitation, Kate finds herself deeply enmeshed in the lives of an eccentric group of college students.

I Used to Go Here (2020)

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Released Year: 2020
Runtime: 87 minutes
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Directors: Kris Swanberg
Writers: Kris Swanberg

Storyline


Following the launch of her new novel, 35-year-old writer Kate Conklin is invited to speak at her alma mater by her mentor and former professor. After accepting the invitation, Kate finds herself deeply enmeshed in the lives of an eccentric group of college students.

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Reviews


83
IndieWire - Kate Erbland
Armed with her funniest material to date and a winning performance from Gillian Jacobs, the filmmaker finds new dimensions for both her work and the millennial ennui that has always inspired it.
83
The Playlist - Unnamed
Rey prods at the mundane indignities of adulthood with a keen eye and a gentle touch, creating a movie that is daffy but not dumb and a heroine who is complicated but not a lost cause.
75
Chicago Sun-Times - Richard Roeper
Throughout, the always likable Gillian Jacobs creates a memorable portrayal of a woman who’s a mess but still rather wonderful.
75
Chicago Tribune - Michael Phillips
The lightly carbonated fizz of I Used to Go Here has everything to do with Rey’s deftly chosen ensemble.
75
Washington Post - Ann Hornaday
With modesty, precision and wry compassion, I Used to Go Here limns human nature at its most contradictory and indefinable, offering a textbook example — at least until the right German word comes along.

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