Filmmaker Pelayo De Lario Captures the Essence and Absurdity of Teenage Life in Official Trailer and Poster For Comedy Jack

Capturing the essence of teenage life, and finding the comedy in the absurdity of these day-to-day situations, isn’t always an easy task for filmmakers. But the new British comedy, ‘Jack,’ does just that through the journey of its protagonist, Charlie, as he tries to get the girl of his dreams.

Groucho Arts and Mighty Jack have unveiled the new poster and trailer for the movie. The poster and trailer have been unveiled in support of the film’s release in the U.S. this Friday, March 24 via Amazon.

‘Jack’ stars Luke Rollason (‘Extraordinary,’ Disney+), Angela Sant’Albano, Phil Tomlin, Luis Mottola and Douglas Clarke-Wood. The comedy was written and directed by Pelayo De Lario, who also voices the titular character.

In the movie, Jack is Charlie’s penis, and he is the brains of the operation. He and Charlie have been friends from birth. When Charlie meets Barbie Le Fleur (Sant’Albano), a Canadian transfer student, Jack will do everything in his power to guide his friend in his quest to enchant his dream girl. With the help of an odd group of characters; from an incredibly handsome school therapist to a sex advisor prostitute and a group of hormonal friends, Charlie will use his “brain” to get the girl of his dreams.

Talking about the film, De Lario said: “‘Jack’ is a hilarious absurdist comedy about a British university student and his struggle with his love and sex life but is told from the point of view of his penis. I am incredibly proud of this film, it is pure entertainment the whole way through, not a dull moment in sight, just a good time and lots of laughs, the movie will leave you feeling better than when you put it on.”

Elena Conte, producer and CEO of Grouch Arts, also commented on the comedy: “We are very excited for the worldwide release of ‘Jack.’ ‘Jack’ is hilarious absurdist comedy, it is non-stop laughs for 90 minutes, there’s is not a single calm moment, it is pure entertainment…the movie is a true joy-ride.”

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