Auli’i Cravalho Learns To Accept Help From Others In Trailer For Netflix’s All Together Now

Sometimes, the hardest thing in the world to do is accept help. Amber Appleton (Auli’i Cravalho) is going to need to do just that in the trailer for Netflix’s All Together Now.

Amber wants to go to Carnegie Mellon University and seems to have the path set out for her. What her friends don’t know is that Amber and her mother sleep on a bus every night. In order to see her dreams become a reality, Amber is going to have reach out and lean on people.

Cravalho said to EW on the role, “Amber and I are so alike in that, I feel like I am pretty naturally optimistic, almost to a fault probably because I am not quite as honest with what’s happening in my life to even really close friends around me. And that’s something that really was highlighted during this time with the pandemic. I just really needed to learn to reach out. And so that’s kind of how our film is centered — in knowing your community and leaning on your chosen family and times of need.”

All Together Now is based on Matthew Quick’s Sorta Like A Rockstar and is directed by Brett Haley (All the Bright Places).

All Together Now will be released on Netflix on Aug. 28.

Bec Heim
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