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Beryl's an actress. Jimmy’s a writer. Taylor’s new in town. For
these three BFFs, trying to make it in NYC is a lot more FML than FTW.
TWENTY FIVE is a comedic web series about three high school best
friends who are reunited in NYC two years out of college. Each aims to
find a sense of belonging in New York amid fears that they aren't living
up to their potential. Beryl's been embroiled in a tumultuous
relationship and may be reaching her breaking point. Jimmy's been on a
slew of OKCupid dates and hasn't been able to find a guy he can connect
with. Now Taylor has joined them in NYC -- she's wide-eyed and full of
hope, but that may not last for very long...
Josh Duboff (writer/creator)
Oliver Jevremov (director)
Krystal Bowden (producer)
Preeti Nath (producer)
Bethany Heinrich (consulting producer)
Tiffany Pham (consulting producer)
About the Production:
"As a twentysomething living in New York City, I've noticed many of
my friends (as well as myself) have found themselves stuck in a state
of perpetual in-between-ness. Dreams of brownstones, stability, and
success lay hazily in the future, while the day-to-day struggle to work
and create can feel overwhelming. This web series is about friendship
and love -- coffee-filled days and wine-filled nights -- in this time of
uncertainty and excitement, these years when you feel like you should
be finding yourself but all you really feel is lost." -- Josh Duboff.
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