One of the most talked-about films at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, Palo Alto is expanding to more theaters across the country each and every week (and the positive reviews continue to flood in!). 

Based on James Franco's Palo Alto: Stories, Gia Coppola's feature debut follows a group of Californian teens on the brink of adulthood. Complemented perfectly by a score from Dev Hynes and Robert Schwartzman, Coppola’s film deftly portrays the vulnerability and uncertainty that are inherent in adolescence.

Plus, it's the perfect time of year to relive those high school days. David Ehrlich of Film.com calls Palo Alto "one of the best movies ever made about high school life in America, blurring the lines between how unique it is to be a teenager, and how universal it is to feel like one." The film starts this Friday, May 23 in the following cities (see the current list of theaters here):

Camarillo, CA (Paseo Camarillo)
Los Angeles, CA (Landmark Regent)
Los Angeles, CA (Sundance Sunset Cinema)
Monterey, CA (Osio Cinemas)
Palm Desert, CA (Palme D'or Cinemas)
Santa Barbara, CA (Paseo Nuevo Cinemas)
Santa Rosa, CA (Summerfield Cinemas)
Atlanta, GA (Landmark Midtown Art Cinema)
Danvers, MA (Hollywood Hits)
Baltimore, MD (Charles Theater)
Detroit, MI (Landmark Main Art Theatre)
Minneapolis, MN (Landmark Uptown)
St. Louis, MO (Landmark Plaza Frontenac Cinema)
Asbury Park, NJ (ShowRoom Cinema)
Montclair, NJ (Bow Tie Clairidge Cinema)
Brooklyn, NY (Nitehawk Cinema)
Huntington, NY (Cinema Arts Cinema)
New City, NY (Fine Arts 6)
Roslyn, NY (Roslyn 3)
Nashville, TN (Belcourt Theatre)
Dallas, TX (Angelika Film Center)
Houston, TX (Sundance Cinemas)
Plano, TX (Angelika Film Center)
Madison, WI (Sundance Cinemas)

Check out the film page to see upcoming dates across the country!