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After placing an ad on September 10th, a young man living in SoHo struggles to find a new roommate and keep his emotional balance in the weeks following 9/11.

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Eric
Jeremy Beazlie ...
Jeremy
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Kevin
Elizabeth Kapplow ...
Josie
Michael Linstroth ...
Jeff
Nick Potenzieri ...
Alex
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Max
Stephen Sporer ...
Conor (voice)
Jeff Wenger ...
Ben (voice)
Bob Williams ...
Will (voice)
M. Rosenthal ...
Victor (voice)
Charles Couineau ...
Charles (voice)
Tim Allis ...
Matt (voice)
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Ted (voice)
Kevin Ray ...
Joey (voice)
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After placing an ad on September 10th, a young man living in SoHo struggles to find a new roommate and keep his emotional balance in the weeks following 9/11.

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A story of New York after 9/11

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The film was done originally as a play in the 2003 New York International Fringe Festival. It is the first show from the Fringe to make the transition to feature film. See more »

Quotes

Eric: Get home safe.
Josie: You never used to say that.
Eric: And don't take the subway.
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Nicole
Written by Todd Almond & Billy Alletzhauser
Performed by Todd Almond
Additional Vocals by Ali Edwards
Recorded by John Curley
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Well worth searching out
19 October 2005 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie at ImageOut, the Rochester Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival. Although a shallow, good-natured film called "Summer Storm" won the audience award at the end of the week, most of my friends--people who like more complexity and substance in their films--thought this film was the best of the fest. Focusing on a 30ish gay male photographer whose apartment looked upon the World Trade Center and who is now coping with the trauma he suffered on 9/11, this drama with comedy is one of the most warm and deeply felt human dramas I've seen all year. You really learn to care about the photographer, named Eric, and his all-too-human response to overwhelming historical events. The humor comes organically out of the material without seeming inappropriate or ghoulish, and the film really shows us what it's like, in a compelling way, to live in historically significant times. Were this film to have starred bigger stars--say Jake Gyllenhaal as Eric and Claire Danes as his gal-pal friend--it would be talked about as an Oscar contender today. As it is, this little gem of an indie needs searching out. Many of the actors in this film, particularly Michael Urie and Nick Potenzieri, will be stars one day. See them here first, and remember I told you so.


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