The comedy-drama film also features Audrey Hsieh, Olga Petsa and Nick Thune in pivotal roles.
Netflix dropped the official trailer of a comedy-drama film that stars the Modern Family fame Julie Bowen alongside the 13-year-old Gemma Brooke Allen. Set in the early 2000s, Mixtape is a journey of an orphaned girl in the search of the mixtapes that belonged to her teen parents.
The latest trailer begins with Allen, who finds a broken music cassette in her attic, which is engraved with her parents' name. Her every day’s same and boring life suddenly becomes happening when she decides to go on a spree to find out the songs of the mixtape along with her quirky neighbour Ellen, which has been essayed by Audrey Hsieh.
Watch the official trailer here:
The OTT giant shared the latest trailer through its Instagram handle and captioned it, “mixtape
party like it's 1999!!!!! as the Y2K era approaches, a quirky 12-year-old is on a mission to find songs on a mixtape crafted by her late parents (sic).”
The Horrible Bosses actress, who have played the former teenage mom and a young grandmother's character in the film, also shared the official trailer on her Instagram and told her fans to ‘Get ready to party like it's 1999!’
Check out the post here:
The forthcoming film, which was filmed earlier this year in Burnaby, British Columbia, wrapped up its shooting schedules in just two months. The film, which is connecting generations with music, also features Olga Petsa and Nick Thune in pivotal roles. Mixtape is available to stream on Netflix on December 3.