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Pacific Northwest Pictures is ready to serve up Break Point, acquiring Canadian rights to the tennis comedy.
Directed by Jay Karas, Break Point stars Jeremy Sisto and David Walton as two estranged brothers who reunite to take on the California amateur tennis circuit with hopes of winning a grand slam tournament.
Break Point, also starring J.K. Simmons, Amy Smart, Adam DeVine and Chris Parnell, first premiered at the SXSW Film Festival and was released in U.S. theaters by Broad Green Pictures in the fall.
Produced by Gabriel Hammond, Jeremy Sisto and Devin Zimmerman with a script by Gene Hong, the film will be released in Canada by Pacific Northwest Pictures in January on all platforms. Myriad Pictures is handling international sales on Break Point.
Broad Green and Pacific Northwest Pictures are reuniting after previously working on Broad Green’s Learning To Drive starring Patricia Clarkson and Ben Kingsley.
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