By Indiewire | Indiewire May 13, 2013 at 11:57AM
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Nowhere Girl is a funny and heartfelt film about how falling in love can be exhilarating but also a bit crazy. After Tyler meets Katy he finally starts to shake off the lingering effects of a bad break-up and she inspires him to do more and be more in life.
At first his friends think this is a wonderful change, but cracks in this new relationship start to show and some of his friends begin thinking it’s unhealthy. But just what is “unhealthy” when it comes to a relationship and just who gets to decide these things?
Director - Jed Rigney ("Fools on the Hill")
Producers - Justin Workman, Chrystina Myers, Steffanie Siebrand
Exec Producers - Jerrol Lebaron, Adam Beason
Cinematographer - Justin Chin
About the Production:
"I've always been drawn to films about bad break-ups because I've had some real butt-kickers myself. (Write what you know!) And I think the fall-out from these break-ups is fascinating - not just on the "dumpees" but on their friends and family. And the effects even continue on to their next relationships.
"The challenge became how do I tell this story in a funny and genuine way
with all of these characters and locations and scenes with just two
weeks of filming available. The answer to that was putting together an
experienced and talented team. And we got it done." -- Jed Rigney
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