|Directed by||Miguel Arteta|
|Edited by||Chris Donlon|
|Distributed by||The Orchard|
In September 2016, it was announced Alia Shawkat and Laia Costa have been cast in the film, with Arteta directing from a screenplay by him and Shawkat. Mark Duplass and Jay Duplass will serve as producers under their Duplass Brothers Productions banner. It was later revealed Lindsay Burdge had been cast in the film.
Principal photography began in September 2016.
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