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There are times people will undoubtingly question where their personal and personal lives are headed, and if they’ve made the right decisions in what they want to do with the rest of their lives. Not only has that uncertainly crept into the mind of the main character, Nathan, of the new independent comedy, ‘A Short History of Decay,’ but also the actor who played him, Bryan Greenberg. Nathan’s a struggling writer who’s understandably striving to find the area he finds the most passion in pursuing in his literary career, particularly when his parents become increasingly ill and his girlfriend ends their relationship. Greenberg relatably and genuinely drew on his own [ Read More ]
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- Karen Benardello
We have an exclusive clip from A Short History of Decay that features Bryan Greenberg and Kathleen Rose Perkins. On DVD June 10 and now in select theaters, this pitch black comedy follows a struggling writer (Greenberg) who attempts to get his career back on track after watching his ex-girlfriend (Emmanuelle Chriqui) get her first book published. He soon finds himself having to put everything on hold to deal with the declining health of his two parents. Watch as Nathan Fisher forms a connection with one of his parent's friends, after confiding in his true feelings about his now ex-girlfriend.
Nathan Fisher (Bryan Greenberg) can't seem to quite get it together. He's a wannabe writer living in Brooklyn, temping at an ad agency while bouncing from plays to novels to screenplays without ever finishing anything. When his ambitious novelist girlfriend (Emmanuelle Chriqui), about to publish her first book, finally gets fed »
2 items from 2014
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