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Los Feliz 3 | Los Angeles Premiere!
Q&A with writer/director Michael Glover Smith, actor Cameron Scott Roberts, producer/actor Clare Cooney and cinematographer Olivia Aquilina. Moderated by Los Angeles Film Critic Association member Ryan Swen.
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Produced by Chicago Film Project (Jennifer Reeder’s KNIVES AND SKIN), this Chicago-made dramedy stars Wendy Robie (TWIN PEAKS) and Steppenwolf Theatre Ensemble legend Francis Guinan as the parents of a family at a crossroads. How will the Frank family handle separations, new romances, and empty-nesting following the college graduation of Benji (played by THE WALKING DEAD’s Cameron Scott Roberts), the youngest member of their clan? Time, love, family reunions and online proclivities test all of the characters in this ensemble film. Also starring Clare Cooney, Melissa DuPrey, Keith D. Gallagher, Emily Lape and Elizabeth Stam. Written and directed by Michael Glover Smith (MERCURY IN RETROGRADE).
“Featuring a brilliant and eclectic cast of talented veterans and relative newcomers, this is a wickedly funny, occasionally poignant and authentic-to-its-core drama/comedy about three eventful days in the life of a totally relatable extended family.” (***1/2 stars out of four) — Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times
DISTRIBUTOR: Chicago Film Project
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