Filmed in London and on location in New York's Lower East Side, NY-LON follows the troubled romance between a bohemian New York record store clerk, Edie, and London stock broker Michael, after their chance meeting in his city.
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 Michael Antonioni 7 episodes, 2004
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 Edie Miller 7 episodes, 2004
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Pandora Colin ...
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 Katherine Williams Osgood 6 episodes, 2004
James Bird ...
Bohdan Poraj ...
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Kirris Riviere ...
Stephanie Street ...
Claire Nicolson ...
Emily Corrie ...
 Lauren Antonioni 4 episodes, 2004
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John Moraitis ...
 Mr. Zuntz 3 episodes, 2004
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Filmed in London and on location in New York's Lower East Side, NY-LON follows the troubled romance between a bohemian New York record store clerk, Edie, and London stock broker Michael, after their chance meeting in his city.

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1.78 : 1
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Remade as Ny-Lon (2008) See more »

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well shot, well acted, well written
26 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

Thoroughly enjoyable, well acted, well written; however, didn't amount to what it could have.

The production seemed to be a bit mismanaged, never really getting its legs despite strong and true performances from the cast and an intelligently written script. The show suffered the fate of too many cooks in the kitchen, where it needed a single style, single direction. For example, the split-screen effect was not altogether a bad idea, but it was rarely used for any real benefit. Likewise, there were story ideas that were never fully sussed out. In the end it looked like a jumbled product of three directors who could have benefited greatly from a single executive producer's vision.

Still, it was one of the better programs of 2004, it just hurts to see so much effort and such talent amount to an "almost".


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