Alternative movie poster in minimalist design for the movie Upgraded by director Carlson Young. With the quote: “No. No, I think it looks like a big blue...”
When Ana is upgraded to first class on a work trip, she meets handsome Will, who mistakes Ana for her boss, Claire. A white lie then sets off a glamorous chain of events, romance and opportunity, until her fib threatens to surface. Director: Carlson Young Stars: Camila Mendes, Archie Renaux, Marisa Tomei Quote: “No. No, I think it looks like a big blue…” Year: 2024


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Storyline
Do you dream of flying first class to London and meeting a person who looks good, is rich and loves children? Would you tell little white lies to ensure inroads into the dreamboat’s life? Upgraded, a rom-com is a paean to the joys and rewards of following the precepts of the “fake it till you make it” school. Ana has a double degree in art history. She escapes her life in Florida selling paintings of boats to rich retirees to come to New York City. She lives in her sister’s rent-controlled apartment, sleeping on the futon (not couch mind you) while trying to educate her brother-in-law about the finer points of art when he would rather have a puppy. Ana has got an art internship at this posh auction house, which she hopes will earn her enough social capital to set up her gallery. Her boss, Claire, is a scary ice queen in the best Miranda Priestly tradition. After catching a horrendous mistake in the catalogue, Ana gets a chance to accompany Claire to London on a business trip as a third assistant.