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Approaching Union Square (2006)

Based on stage monologues, Approaching Union Square is a collage of eleven tales capturing thirty-something New Yorkers struggling to find love and connection in the big city. They all cross paths on a New York City bus.

Director:

Marc Meyers

Writer:

Marc Meyers
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Katie Kreisler ... Dyanne (segment "Foreshadowing")
Darren Pettie ... Nathan (segment "Coney Island Dog")
Jennifer Miranda Holmes Jennifer Miranda Holmes ... Stefani (segment "Subway Boy")
Bobby Pataki ... Silvio (segment "My First Impressions of America")
Victoria Haas Victoria Haas ... Heidi (segment "Labor Intensive")
Brent Crawford ... Brad (segment "The Ex-Girlfirend")
Peter McCain Peter McCain ... Chris (segment "After the Wake")
Christine Elise ... Adrianna (segment "Call Waiting")
Beth Manspeizer Beth Manspeizer ... Megan (segment "Manager's Office")
Michael Goldstrom ... Leonard (segment "Last Apology")
Patricia Randell Patricia Randell ... Character (segment "What I'm Most Afraid Of")
Arturo Giron Arturo Giron ... Psychologist (segment "Foreshadowing")
Geany Masai Geany Masai ... Group Therapist (segment "Coney Island Dog")
Becky Holmes Becky Holmes ... Stefani's Sister (segment "Subway Boy")
Diedre Kilgore ... Stefani's Friend (segment "Subway Boy")
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Storyline

One at a time we meet 11 people in the hour or night before they board a morning cross-town bus in Manhattan. Some have been engaged in significant conversations: talking to a psychiatrist about premonitions, breaking off an affair, working out internal issues. We see others being trivial or self-absorbed: a hound with an STD, a woman with a large phone bill, another who may have met Mr. Right. After we've met all 11, we join them on the bus. One has what may be a seizure. What's going on? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 June 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Production Co:

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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wonderful writing...
1 December 2008 | by sg300See all my reviews

I was pleased to catch this film on Sundance Channel. This film features such rich writing, and as a movie is artful and entertaining. The directing supports the unconventional script very well. I wonder where I can get it on DVD? Or read the original play? I liked the entire movie, but several scenes stood out to me. The first scene with the woman who feels tragic events before they happen was moving and engaging. I liked the sex addict scene as well, for its bluntness and innate humor. Like with all the writing in the film, the detail really allows you to imagine the scene of the stories being told. I almost wish we were able to see those stories play out, as told by the characters in their individual vignettes. The hotel room scene was smart and full of life and tension, aided by the interaction of the main character with his wife while the main guy tells some strangely wonderful tale about a trip to New Orleans. Then, there's the guy who confesses his love for a female friend, and we're left awkwardly with the sense that something might take hold there, but just as well maybe not. The ending is dramatic and leaves you wondering. Well done.


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