A teenage girl named Rhiannon (Angourie Rice) falls in love with a being known as "A," who wakes up each day in the body of a different person. Rhiannon tries to maintain their relationship as "A" continues to possess people of various races, backgrounds, and genders, and their journey together gives her a fuller understanding of humanity. Directed by Michael Sucsy, Every Day is based on the YA novel by David Levithan.~Jack Rodgers
An A by Any Other Name: see how the filmmakers encouraged different actors portraying A to bring their own vision to this single, unique character.
Had no idea if I would like this, but the trailer was so intriguing. This was a great movie. The acting was well done and you really could get a feeling of what it might be like to be "A" and how difficult it must be. Rhiannon was charming and wanted to make sense of everything while being so in love. Highly recommend.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
Ordered it for Christmas present got it in time and in great shape
I really liked this movie - so glad I took a chance on it. I thought it was a really cool, original idea, and the message rings true today more than ever. Love is love. It has a nice story and a nice message. I recommend this, especially for the 15-20 year old crowd.