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has to take a closer look at her relationship with her estranged son.
Elevator Pitch: The film is a dark tale about a single woman leading a double life in
New York City. It is an exploration of her relationship with her son,
with the city and with herself.
Jennifer Gegan as Karen
Kalon Jackson as Ray
Martin Cohn as Adam
Amanda Greer as Jessica
Director of Photography: Robert Christman
Associate Producer: Luke Carron
Editor: Nicolas Sicurella
Music Composer: Nate Festinger
Art Director: Sam Souccar
Sound Mixers: Tristan Allman & Thomas Zaccheo
About the Production: When writer/director Ahmed Ziari started working on the script, he
realized it had been always his wish to make a film about a single woman
in NYC suffering from loneliness, as he believes it’s hard to date or
maintain strong relationships in this city. The thought that some New
Yorkers -who don’t make an effort to socialize and be out there- can
easily dive into the crowd and suddenly be invisible in this busy city,
combined with the desire to make a film that showcases New York as he
sees it, helped in shaping the idea for this project.
Current Status: The film is now in post-production.
For more information and to support this project: Indiegogo Page