Oak Park's Tavi Gevinson, the 16-year-old founder and editor-in-chief of the online magazine Rookie who was recently named one of PBS and AOL’s Makers has made her film debut in "Enough Said," starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini.In the film, opening in limited release this week, Gevinson plays Chloe, the best friend to Louis-Dreyfus' daughter, according to Elle.com.
In the recent interview with Elle magazine, the Oak Park and River Forest High School student talks about her role in "Enough Said," her character's relationship with Louis-Dreyfus, fashion and her thoughts on college.
Read the full Q&A on Elle.com here.
"Enough Said" is about a divorced and single parent, Eva (Louis-Dreyfus), who dreads her daughter's departure for college. She meets and quickly falls for Albert (Gandolfini), who's in the same boat with his daughter. Their relationship becomes complicated as Eva unknowingly befriends Albert's ex-wife, Marianne, who loves to rag on her ex-husband. Read the full synopsis here (or watch the trailer in the video above).
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