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Breaking Glass Pictures is Putting the Mental Patients in a Battle Royal for Your Viewing Pleasure with Asylum Seekers (August 30th)

21 June 2011 4:00 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Breaking Glass Pictures is closing part of the the mental hospital on DVD August 30th with Asylum Seekers. This is the day when several of the mentally ill must prove their insanity in front of a mental health review board, because their is only one bed available. The backstabbing and manipulation begins in only a few weeks and fans of Miss Ajami can expect something psychological and thrilling in the Asylum Seekers. Cast and crew details are below.

The plot details for Asylum Seekers:

"Work, deadlines, family, terrorism, information overload ... As modern life pushes the world to the brink of madness, six strangers decide there’s only one sane response; head through the door marked Exit. It leads to a deluxe, exclusive, luxuriously-appointed mental asylum where a staff will wait on them hand and foot for the rest of their carefree lives. The problem? The asylum has only one vacancy. »

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Tony Nominee Judith Light on Her ‘Extraordinary’ Role in ‘Lombardi’

10 June 2011 2:00 PM, PDT | Speakeasy/Wall Street Journal | See recent Speakeasy/Wall Street Journal news »

Getty Actress Judith Light

Judith Light is nominated for a Tony for Best Featured Actress in a Play, for her role as Marie, wife of famed football coach Vince Lombardi (played by Dan Lauria).

Light, who starred as Angela Bower on “Who’s the Boss?” and Karen Wolek on “One Life to Live,” received critical acclaim for her performance as Lombardi’s “hammer-tongued, hard-drinking wife,” according to the Journal’s theater critic, Terry Teachout.

Speakeasy caught up with Light recently to discuss her Tony nomination, »

- Barbara Chai

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