In the Olympic Athlete Village, a young cross-country skier bonds with a volunteer doctor after her competition ends.


Jeremy Teicher
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nick Kroll ... Ezra
Alexi Pappas ... Penelope
Gus Kenworthy ... Gus
Morgan Schild Morgan Schild ... Maggie
Jamie Anderson Jamie Anderson ... Beauty Salon Athlete
Andreas Veerpalu Andreas Veerpalu ... Dental Patient
Marjolein Decroix Marjolein Decroix ... Dental Patient
Manfred Moelgg Manfred Moelgg ... Dental Patient
Itamar Biran Itamar Biran ... Dental Patient
Nico Porteous Nico Porteous ... Dental Patient
Jake Pates Jake Pates ... Dental Patient
Ben Ferguson Ben Ferguson ... Dental Patient
Chase Josey Chase Josey ... Dental Patient
Maria Ntanou Maria Ntanou ... Dental Patient
Hironori Shimizu Hironori Shimizu ... Dental Patient


In the Olympic Athlete Village, a young cross-country skier bonds with a volunteer doctor after her competition ends. Starring Nick Kroll and Alexi Pappas. Filmed on location in the actual Olympic Village at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics with three people comprising the entire cast and crew: Jeremy Teicher, Nick Kroll, and Alexi Pappas. Real Olympic athletes, including Jamie Anderson and Gus Kenworthy, also make their way into the film as additional characters.

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Comedy | Romance | Sport

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Rated PG-13 for some language and sexual references | See all certifications »

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The first feature film to be shot inside the Olympic Village. See more »


Gus: I'm gay! I'm... I'm sorry. I thought...
[shows his fingernails]
Penelope: I didn't even see. I wouldn't have even known.
Gus: [laughs awkwardly] Maybe you realized. I... I'm sorry. I hope I didn't lead you on.
Penelope: No, it's okay. You didn't, um... I just... I'm having a really hard time here and I just really... I really need someone to kiss me right now. Like I *really* need someone to kiss me and I know that you're not attracted to me and it's...
[Gus kisses Penelope]
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Featured in Jimmy Kimmel Live!: Nick Kroll/Tika Sumpter/Russ (2020) See more »

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A Personal Twist to a Familiar Story
17 February 2020 | by tributarystuSee all my reviews

As far as sports romcoms go, this is an unusual movie, in that it's shot at the Olympic Village during the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. This very real backdrop is fleshed out in a bunch of scenes with equally real athletes, capturing an unfamiliar flavour.

Starring alongside the established Nick Kroll is the movie's co-writer, Alexi Pappas, former Olympian, just like Gus Kenworthy and Morgan Schild, who also have small roles to play. There's a bit of a Lost in Translation (in sports) feeling to Olympic Dreams, which unfortunately doesn't get the chance to really catch on, as the movie stumbles to its predictable finale. The good thing is Pappas and Kroll are both likable on screen, and Pappas captures a bit of the forlorn solitude of elite athletes and the harsh realities of the Olympic cycle.

Not in enough depth to really make the movie memorable, but sufficiently to put a personal twist to a familiar tale.

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Release Date:

14 February 2020 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Olympic Dreams See more »

Filming Locations:

South Korea


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Opening Weekend USA:

$9,290, 16 February 2020

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1.85 : 1
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