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Bridge and Tunnel (2014)

A group of twenty-somethings struggle to cope with break ups, student debt, and the transition to adulthood while living with their parents in the suburbs of New York City.
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Long Islanders Sal, Terry, Nate, Eric and Lina are childhood friends who grew up in post 9/11 suburban New York, graduated high school at the peak of the War on Terror, and began adulthood amidst a global financial crisis. Now at the crossroads of their mid-twenties they find themselves unhappy with their places in life. As a year unfolds, the group of friends are tested with spells of unemployment, disintegrating relationships, and the destruction of Hurricane Sandy as they attempt to move forward with their lives despite society and Mother Nature's best efforts to keep them stagnant. Written by CV2

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A year in the life of Long Island twenty-somethings
14 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a movie about life in suburbia, specifically, Long Island, New York. Jason Brescia has written a solid script, with a keen ear for dialog. Told through slice of life vignettes, Bridge and Tunnel unfolds at an easy and enjoyable pace. The film follows six high school friends through 2012 with all the ordinariness, drama, comedy, and weather events that any year will contain. This sweet little movie will touch you whether you are part of the twenty-something generation, a parent of this generation, or a teenager wondering where you and your friends will be in the next 10 years. Thanks to a very talented cast, these well-drawn, likable characters will stay with you long after the credits roll. I would recommend this film to anyone. Well done!


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