Burr Steers made his feature film directorial debut with the acclaimed 2002 offbeat dramedy Igby Goes Down, for which he also wrote the screenplay. He then went on to co-wrote the hit romantic comedy Hot to Lose a Guy in 10 Days and, most recently directed 17 Again, which was the first time he worked with actor Zac Efron.
Now, he has re-teamed with the popular young actor on Charlie St. Cloud, which is Efron's most adult and most emotional role to date. Adapted from the novel ''The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud,Â the story follows Charlie (Efron), who loses his younger brother (played by Charlie Tahan) in a tragic accident that changes his life forever, and explores the impact that grief can have on one's life.
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