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‘Chronically Metropolitan’ Trailer: Mary-Louise Parker & Chris Noth Face Life’s Challenges In Coming-Of-Age Dramedy

"Sometimes the best thing you can do for someone is let them go."

Chronically Metropolitan

The first trailer for the Xavier Manrique-directed drama “Chronically Metropolitan” has just been released by Deadline.

The film stars Shiloh Fernandez, as Fenton, a first time novelist who returns unannounced to New York City to reunite with his ex-girlfriend Jessie (Ashley Benson), who is engaged to be married.

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During this time he also reconnects with his parents Christopher (Chris Noth), a successful novelist who’s as recognized for his Page Six worthy antics as he is for his writing, and Diane (Mary-Louise Parker), a sophisticated woman, who has a new appreciation of controlled substances and is at a crossroads in her marriage and her life. 

Josh Peck also co-stars as Fenton’s best pal, John and Addison Timlin is Fenton’s head strong sister, Layla.

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“Chronically Metropolitan” was written by Nick Shutt and will have its world premiere at the Nantucket Film Festival that runs June 22-27.

Watch the trailer by clicking here.

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