The D Word is a NYC parody of that 'other' Sapphic series. It follows a group of young queer friends and family as they stumble through work and sex lives with tongue placed firmly in cheek and other interesting bodily orifices.
High off the success of her first book and planning to marry ZIAD, her sensible, stable and studious fiance, MAY BRENNAN has it all. At least that's what she'd like people to believe. ... See full summary »
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Meet Blanche Monroe, otherwise known as 'the Evil Stepmother' an out-of-work daytime drama queen. When her stunning stepdaughter (Snow White) is discovered by a hotshot Hollywood agent (Mirror, Mirror on the wall), Blanche's jealousy nearly drives her to the brink of insanity. Written by
The funny and talented Jane Lynch plays Blanche Monroe, an out of work soap actress. When her stepdaughter is discovered by a Hollywood agent Blanche's jealousy drives her to the brink of some very clever on screen moments. A cute, modern and funny and twist on the Snow White fairytale, 'Memoirs of an Evil Stepmother' is a dark campy comedy about our culture's obsession with youth and beauty. Chicago alumni Jane Lynch who wrote and starred in the very funny award-winning play "Oh Sister, My Sister!" is one great talent to watch out for and for a first time director Cherien Dabis shows quite a promising future. A fun short little film worth seeing if you can get in on a compilation video.
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