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Annie in the Aisle of Irma (2010)

A sudden epiphany inspires a 60 year old woman living in a van to enroll in modeling school while her daughter is in drug rehab.

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Annie (as Lynn A. Freedman)
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A sudden epiphany inspires a 60 year old woman living in a van to enroll in modeling school while her daughter is in drug rehab.

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Short | Comedy | Drama | Family

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Written by Dave Higgins
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I LOVED it!!!
7 May 2010 | by (Teaneck, NJ) – See all my reviews

I was so fortunate to see ANNIE IN THE AISLE OF IRMA at the Los Angeles New Filmmakers Series. What a fun, beautiful and uplifting story. The casting was extremely well done. It was a thrill to see the wonderful character actress Sandy Martin, currently famous for her infamous role on "BIG LOVE" as the grandmother. The story was so beautifully shot. It really touched my heart. I loved every second of it. The scenes in the modeling class were hilarious. The writer/director has a very bright future ahead of her. I see her directing a great series for SHOWTIME. She's that good. The ending scene is so uplifting. It made me smile. I truly LOVED this film. It's a shame short films don't get seen enough. This one is worth watching!


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