Dan Levy's directorial debut film Good Grief has officially finished filming, meaning that the project will be coming our way soon!
"Happy. Tired. Blurry," Levy wrote on his Instagram with a picture of himself smiling. "That's a picture wrap on Good Grief. Grateful for an incredible cast and crew who helped make shooting my first film such an utter delight. Looking forward to putting it all together."
Good Grief, which was also written by and starring Levy, follows a bereaved widower on a weekend of self-discovery in the City of Love.
According to Netflix, the film follows Marc Dreyfus (Levy), "who finds himself spiraling when his partner passes away. The tragedy upends Marc's comfortable life, unearthing long-buried grief over the passing of his mother. Along with his two closest friends, Marc heads to Paris to find his feet again -- but gets slightly more than he bargained for."
In addition to Levy, the movie stars Ruth Negga, Himesh Patel, Luke Evans, Celia Imrie, Arnaud Valois, David Bradley, and Jamael Westman.
"Good Grief is a cautionary tale about friendship and loss and all the mess that comes with it when the truth is something you've evaded for most of your life," Levy said about the film. "It's funny, it's bittersweet, it's a project that's helped me work through my own grief. And I hope it does the same for other people as well."
A lot of our favorite queer stars, including Joel Kim Booster and Billy Eichner have had chances to write gay starring vehicles for themselves with movies like Fire Island and Bros, and next up, Levy gets his chance.
No release date has been announced, but the film should be coming to Netflix soon.