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Logline: Set in the grit of New York City, a private piano teacher’s small life explodes with the arrival of his pregnant, heroin addicted sister and a mysterious piano novice named Ricardo.
“Spring Street” is an acrid New York tale of lapsed artists who trust too easily, love too quickly, and ultimately end up disillusioned, abandoned, or….In this biting psychological thriller, characters earnestly depend upon one another for survival, but this naive faith in humanity is certainly met with betrayal. Despite this bleak inevitability, these dreamers find much repose in music in this multi-cultural city rife with addiction, economic disparity, and heartbreak. But if music has the potential to heal the soul at its darkest hour, and if temporary solace can be found in a stranger, is all human trust truly futile?
Creator, Writer, and Co-Director: David Beck
Cinematographer and Co-Director: Natalia Bougadellis
Producer: Iorgo Papoutsas
Editor: Susan Hunt
About the Film:
“Spring Street” is the first project under the non-profit The Great Griffon, which aims to breakdown gender and LGBTQ stereotypes. We do not tell LGBTQ stories; we tell human stories. New York City is truly a main character in the series, and we are embracing the element that makes this city so resilient and alluring: diversity. We are thrilled to be able to give minorities, women, and LGBTQ characters authentic voices, rather than a Hollywood-version of one.
Current Status: Fundraising and pre-production.
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