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You Wont Miss Me -- A kaleidoscopic film portrait of Shelly Brown, a twenty-three year-old alienated urban misfit recently released from a psychiatric hospital.
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A kaleidoscopic film portrait of Shelly Brown, a twenty-three year-old alienated urban misfit recently released from a psychiatric hospital. | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Stella Schnabel ... Shelly Brown
Simon O'Connor ... Simon
Zachary Tucker ... David (as Zack Tucker)
Noah Kimmerling ... Dr. Schwartz

Carlen Altman ... Carlen
Sarah Ball ... Frank
Borden Capalino ... Jesse
Josephine Wheelwright ... Rachel

David Anzuelo ... Pablo Martinez
Rene Ricard ... Allen B. Poor

Gil Kofman ... Don

Barlow Jacobs ... Sparks

Aaron Katz ... Joe
Alison Wonderland ... Lucy
Gina Abatemarco ... Shelly's Mother (voice)
Donald Cumming ... Virgin
Erik Ratensperger ... Virgin
Nick Ackerman ... Virgin
Wade Clates ... Virgin
Jason Klauber ... Stylofone
Maxwell McDonald ... Stylofone (as Max Heel)
Will Berman ... Stylofone
Fernando Pando
Paul West ... David (as Andrej Platoni)

Benjamin Kasulke (as Ben Kasulke)
Cameron Muncey
Chris Cester
Daniel Margulies ... James

Greta Gerwig ... Bridget
Hannah Hunt

Jasmine Lobe

Joe Swanberg
Jukka Hilden (as Jukka Dudeson)

Mark Wilson
Mary Bronstein

Michael Tully
Nic Cester
Nick Amadeus (as Nick Scoullar)
Rob Bronco
Sara Femenella
Sarah Bereza
Sara Ziff
Tim Barber

Directed by
Ry Russo-Young 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ry Russo-Young  written by
Stella Schnabel  written by

Produced by
Andrew Barchilon .... producer
Ry Russo-Young .... executive producer
Original Music by
Will Bates 
Cinematography by
Kitao Sakurai 
Film Editing by
Gil Kofman 
Ry Russo-Young 
Art Department
Teddy Blanks .... graphic designer
Sound Department
Andrew Barchilon .... sound
Micah Bloomberg .... sound
Eli Cohn .... supervising sound editor
Eric Offin .... re-recording mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Giacomo Belletti .... first assistant camera
Ku-Ling Siegel .... director of photography: additional photography
Editorial Department
Sandy Patch .... colorist
Other crew
Robert Sweeting .... production coordinator
Zachary Wigon .... production assistant

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81 min
Color | Black and White (some scenes)
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10 out of 21 people found the following review useful.
Best of MethodFest, 29 March 2009
Author: WPSdirector from Canada

Just saw this incredibly dynamic, kinetically charged film at MethodFest and it really shook me up. Perhaps partly because I aspire to this level of film-making, perhaps partly because it's one of the most honest, gripping and fiercely performed films I've seen in years -- I just lost myself in its tonal poetry, sexual urgency and cathartic danger.

Ry Russo-Young was not only able to assemble a sparkling, freshly defiant cast -- but make what I would call a "complete" film --- the type of film that can only be created by a unique filmmaker with a strong, singular vision. The bombastic ride she takes us with with her lead actress (Stella Schnabel in a gut-wrenching, breakout performance) is like a tapestry of love, sex, deceit, failure and life.... always life, brimming on the streets of New York, in the audition rooms of pretentious theatre directors, in the heartbreak of a girl so sure of herself, she can't realize how broken she very well might be. See it, request it, watch it. WPS

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