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‘Looking’ Finale Set To Premiere At San Francisco Film Festival

by Jeremy Kinser April 15, 2016


The hugely anticipated wrap-up for Looking, the sometimes polarizing dramedy that aired for two seasons on HBO, will premiere June 26th at the gorgeous and historic Castro Theater in San Francisco, where the series was set and filmed. The screening will provide the closing night for the city’s influential queer film festival Frameline. The full program for annual fest the will be announced May 23, but here’s a preview listing for the Looking swan song to whet your appetite.


In this romantic closing chapter to the HBO series about 30-something gay men trying to find love, career, friendship, and meaning in contemporary San Francisco, a wedding weekend turns into a series of heartfelt encounters with loves new and old for Patrick Murray (Jonathan Groff) as he faces his longtime avoidance of doing the “hard stuff” to make his relationships work, especially with the right guy.


For more information on the premiere and the festival, go here.

Related: Jonathan Groff Reveals Unbelievably Intimate Details Of Shooting Sex Scenes On “Looking”

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