A global pandemic wasn’t going to stop Natalie Morales from making movies.

On Thursday, the trailer debuted for the actress and director’s new film “Language Lessons”, co-starring Mark Duplass, and shot entirely remotely.

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The film tells the story of Adam, played by Duplass, whose husband gifts him with 100 Spanish lessons from a teacher, CariƱo, played by Morales.

Over the core of the lessons, the two develop an unexpected bond that’s at once heartwarming and complicated.

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The film premiered earlier this year during the SXSW festival, and follows up Morales’ previous film “Plan B”.

“Language Lessons” will be out this fall.