The actor's new project is a film about real-life relationships.

By Clark Collis
Updated April 11, 2016 at 03:28 PM EDT

The new documentary LoveTrue explores the idea of “True Love” by following three dysfunctional real-life relationships as they unfold in distant corners of the United States. Premiering at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, the film is directed by Alma Har’el and executive produced by actor-turned-performance artist Shia LaBeouf.

“Alma is a brilliant filmmaker who is using psychodrama as a platform for healing and insight,” LaBeouf said in a statement. “She makes you feel safe, learns of your life, shares hers with you. She encourages spontaneous creativity and holds your hand as you address your personal problems. Then she guides you as you externalize your real-life situations or fantasies, dreams, inner mental processes creatively. She really gives a s–t about people.”

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LoveTrue will receive its world premiere at SVA Theater 2 on April 15. You can exclusively see the trailer for the documentary, above.