Trailer for Everything Before Us — Movie Available Now on Vimeo on Demand


How do you define love? How can you score it? How do you build a relationship–or walk away from one? The surprisingly sweet trailer for Everything Before Us shows two couples grappling with these questions while a teacher from the D.E.I. (The Department Of Emotional Integrity) lectures on relationships, emotions, and choices.

The full movie is available today on Vimeo on Demand.

Everything Before Us – Trailer from Wong Fu Productions on Vimeo.

NEW YORK, June 3, 2015 – From widely popular YouTube content creators Philip Wang and Wesley Chan, Vimeo is pleased to announce the worldwide release ofEverything Before Us, exclusively on Vimeo On Demand today:

Everything Before Us tells the unique story of two couples trying their best to maintain and strengthen their love while navigating around the rules of an organization that monitors all romantic relationships.The film stars actors Aaron Yoo (“The Tomorrow People,” Disturbia), Ki Hong Lee (Maze Runner, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”), Randall Park (The Interview, “Fresh off the Boat”), Brandon Soo Hoo (Tropic Thunder), Brittany Ishibashi (“Political Animals,” “Emily Owens M.D.”) and Victoria Park (Ravens Touch, Wine Club).

Everything Before Us marks Philip Wang and Wesley Chan’s feature directorial debut and Wong Fu Productions’ first feature film. Founded by Wesley Chan, Ted Fu, and Philip Wang, Wong Fu Productions is primarily known for their YouTube channel where they create short films, sketches, music videos, and vlogs for their amazing fanbase of supporters from around the world. Since starting in their dorm rooms 10 years ago, Wong Fu Productions has grown to over 2 million subscribers and over 300 million views.

While Wesley, Ted, and Philip initially met as friends who simply enjoyed making videos, they are now recognized as pioneers for a new generation of content creators, as well as a voice for the under represented Asian American community.


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