Filmmaker Molly Gandour, in her mid-20s, returns to her childhood home in Indiana to speak with her parents in depth for the first time about her sister's death from cancer sixteen years ... See full summary »
After a loved one falls ill, struggling comedian Emily Martin returns to her college town of Austin, Texas and must come to terms with her past while staying with her ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend.
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This is the story of a feisty American hip hop dancer who travels to India with her family for a wedding and falls in love -- both with a new style of dance, and with the determined young man who introduces it to her.
A perfect example of what a 'budget' movie can achieve with a first class director and writers.
Director/writer: Marjorie Conrad has created a story of an immature young girl wanting something out of her life she slowly discovers that she is woefully unprepared to meet. Everyone, even her best friend, talks down to her which only feeds her insecurities.
Conrad has created a visually abstract and lonely environment for the main character's journey into the 'modeling' world and it cold reception for the nobodies knocking at it's door.
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