The Exchange is an incredible movie of 2021 which gained popularity through its comedy and drama. Just like many comedic themes, it also has some punches that work in favor of the audience and that’s why why it’s still remembered.

We have seen how every movie that’s loved by the audience normally has sequels but if it’s not a sequel then the thing to see again is all the time an option. When talking about such then one cannot forget about some of the best American films in terms of the same category.

The Exchange was released on July 30, 2021 in North America. It gained popularity in the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia in the same language. The film was directed by This Mazer and written by Tim Long. It is set in 1986 in a small Canadian town suffering the effects of a financial recession.

Ed Oxenbould appeared in many various characters however, for this he again got a role of Canadian High School named Tim Long.

He is normally a socially awkward young man who decided to contact his best friend from France. It all started with mail order and ended up as a personal nightmare for himself while he was chain smoking and s*x obsessed. However, at the end of it all, he becomes a hero of the community.

The Exchange: What Happened To Tim And Stéphane!!

The Exchange

The story usually travels with Stéphane and Tim while their friendship goes through many ups and downs. It started with bullying and racism until the White Squirrel Float was found destroyed and it was Stéphane who took all the blame.

Despite all the ups and downs in the friendship, Long decided to go in favor of his friend.

She ended up happy when Stéphane’s fault became clear. Long’s parents also discuss their financial problems while Brenda and Tim end it with a kiss. It has an incredible cast that’s notable for their astonishing acting talent that goes like this:

Ed Oxenbould was like Tim, Avan Jogia as Stéphane, Kathy Greenwood in the role of Mrs. Fleming, Melanie Leishman as Diane, Justin Hartley as Gary Rothbauer, Jennifer Irwin as Sheila, Paul Braunstein as Glenn, Jayli Wolf in the role of Brenda, Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll like Kevin, Brandon Oakes he was like Neil Crowfoot