Mitchel’s friend and ‘Sins of our Youth’ Co-star Lucas Till sat down with Fanlala and did a little Q&A recently. While he mostly talked about his new movie Bravetown, he also mentioned Sins of our Youth and his co-stars at one point. Check out that part of the interview with him below! For the full Q&A visit FanlalaÂ and make sure to follow Lucas on Twitter.
F: What is one movie youâve worked on that youâre very passionate about?
LT: I am genuinely proud of this movie. Itâs called Sins Of Our Youth, and it is your modern day tragedy. Itâs about four kids who end up using their parentsâ weapons, getting themselves into a situation they need to get out of. Joel Courtney and Mitchel Musso are a couple of my co-stars and it was such a pleasure working with both of them. I think itâs a perfectly made movie.
In an Interview with Icon Vs. IconÂ Lucas continues to praise the film as […]one of the best things I have done in my career.
I have a movie called âSins of Our Youth,â which I am definitely plugging that one right now because I feel it would lead to more attention than anything else. Definitely check it out because I couldnât be more proud of it and I think it is one of the best things I have done in my career. Everyone involved, from the director to the cast, was amazing and it is a terrific little film.
In an Interview with Shine on Media Lucas repeats his excitement calling it Â […] aÂ small movie but itâs funny and also dark and pulls out the actor chops.
Yeah, and I really hope it gets out there. Itâs called âSins of Our Youth.â Itâs about four kids who have an accident and they come up with this elaborate plan to get out of it and it involves guns and Vegas. They steal guns from their parents and they do something bad and try to cover it up and they come up with a battle royale situation to try and get over it. It all twists out of control. Itâs this great cast of Mitchel Musso, Bridger Zadina, Ally Sheedy. Iâm really proud of it. Iâm rarely that proud of things I do but everyone did such a great job. Itâs a small movie but itâs funny and also dark and pulls out the actor chops.
The Cast and Crew seems to be really excited about the film, which is tackling the very tough subject of Gun Control in the USA. Here’s what Writer Edmund Entin saidÂ about ‘Sins’ on InstagramÂ a few days ago, while apologizingÂ for the long wait of nearly two years now.
I understand your frustration,but trust me “sins” has been a passion project for me and Gary for over a decade. No one is more anxious for it come out and it will! I promise.