Karma, up-tight NYC fashion editor and corporate climber at Bangles Magazine, becomes a poet after losing her job, moving in with her wacky new-age therapist half-sister and meeting Mr. ...
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Karma, up-tight NYC fashion editor and corporate climber at Bangles Magazine, becomes a poet after losing her job, moving in with her wacky new-age therapist half-sister and meeting Mr. Wrong, owner of the local poetry cafe. Written by
Fantasy Creature Films LLC
The movie came about after director Jill Wisoff, seeking a writing/acting partner to help contribute to an original script with out of the ordinary women's parts, met Carol Lee Sirugo while they were doing extra work on a Richard Benjamin film, Marci X (2003), in Brooklyn. The script got going right away after they hit upon the idea of taking on the roles of sisters. See more »
A wacky 40's style comedy with a late 60's vibe. This circular tale carries us on the journey of an uptight young exec, Karma. As she struggles with her past we watch her slowly unravel, transform and finally recreate herself only to end up where it all began. The story arc is wonderfully fresh. The performances are comically insightful and genuine. The gags are energetic and at times random. The comedy is very physical. The actors had a real workout. The "sisters" have good chemistry. New York City is as much a character as any of the actors. The movie on a tight budget reveals lots of heart and potential for future storytelling. Brava.
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