In the summer of 2009, Jenny Han's novel, "The Summer I Turned Pretty," made its debut and instantly became a hit among young adult readers. The novel follows the story of a teenage girl named Belly who goes to spend the summer with her mother and her mother's best friend at a beach house. The summer is full of drama, romance, and self-discovery, which ultimately changes Belly's life forever.

One of the breakout stars of the novel was the charming and talented young actor, Christopher Briney. He played the role of Jeremiah, one of the two brothers Belly spends her summer with. Briney's portrayal of the kind and sensitive Jeremiah made him a fan favorite among readers.

Now, more than a decade later, Briney is making his film debut in "Dalíland" opposite Oscar-winning actor, Ben Kingsley. In the film, Briney plays a young artist named James who becomes the lover of the surrealist painter, Salvador Dalí (Kingsley).

"Dalíland" is a biopic about the life of Salvador Dalí, directed by Mary Harron, known for her work on "American Psycho" and "The Notorious Bettie Page." The film

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