When we hear the name Lili Reinhart, many of us think of the famous character from the Riverdale series, Betty Cooper. However, the talent shown by the actress has made her jump to the world of movies, also thanks to Netflix.
Although her role in Riverdale was not her first job, it has been the most recognized due to the fame of the series. Before and after this project, the actress participated in several films such as The first Hope (2013), The kings of summer (2013), Miss Stevens (2016), Galveston (2018), Charlie’s angels (2019) Hustlers (2019) Chemical Hearts (2020) and of course this new film that is playing so much on Netflix, Look both ways.
Look both ways is the new movie that has already been released on the Netflix platform. It is a romantic comedy that is under the direction of Wanuri Kahiu, with a script written by the famous April Prosser.
It was last August 10 when Lili Reinhart posted a tweet in which she said how harmful she considered the internet world to herself, especially for her mental health and announced her temporary withdrawal from social networks, that yes, without leaving aside the great value that the messages of support and love from all her fans had for her. Along with this message she also encouraged everyone to see the movie, for which she showed great excitement and great expectations.
A week later, on August 17, Look both ways was released on Netflix and the actress momentarily returned from her retirement from social media to, once again, encourage her followers to watch the movie. She even confessed that she was crying from excitement.
As for the cast that makes up the film we obviously find Lili Reinhart in the role of Natalie, our protagonist, a rather young woman trying to navigate the wonderful world of motherhood while struggling to achieve her greatest passion. Alongside her we find actors like Danny Ramirez, Luke Wilson, David Corenswet, Aisha Dee, Andrea Savage and Nia Long.
The synopsis tells us about the eve of Natalie’s college graduation, the moment when her life is divided into two parallel realities. She is pregnant and has to cope with motherhood as a young adult in Texas, while her other reality moves to Los Angeles in order to pursue her professional career. In both journeys, Natalie wanted to experience life-changing love, devastating heartbreak and a series of situations that push her to rediscover herself.