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See You Next Tuesday (2013)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 22 August 2014 (USA)
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An odd pregnant girl disrupts the lives of her campy recovering alcoholic mother and crude gay sister during a nervous break-down.

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Drew Tobia

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Drew Tobia
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Credited cast:
Eleanore Pienta ... Mona
Dana Eskelson ... May
Molly Plunk Molly Plunk ... Jordan
Keisha Zollar ... Sylve
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Beverly Bonner
Ann Carr
Taylor Dior Taylor Dior ... Alicia
Stephan Goldbach ... Dogfood Guy
David Ilku ... Rick
Ingrid Jungermann
Michele Meises ... Meeting Leader
Melodie Sisk Melodie Sisk
Michele Ann Suttile Michele Ann Suttile ... AA Member
Levi Wilson ... AA Sex Addict
Maria Wilson Maria Wilson ... Naomi
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An odd pregnant girl disrupts the lives of her campy recovering alcoholic mother and crude gay sister during a nervous break-down.

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Comedy | Drama

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Not Rated

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Stunning
21 November 2013 | by JerSim94See all my reviews

I saw this film when it premiered at the Sidewalk Film Festival in Birmingham, AL and all I can say is "wow." A stunning film with very real emotion and a fantastic character study. Does a good job of being beautiful without trying to be, and is easily my favorite independent film of the year. It is graphic, rude, hilarious, sad, and honest- much like the hand we are dealt in life. The acting is superb, Eleanore Pienta providing a very true turn as a pregnant girl in a world of pressure. Her sister, played by Molly Plunk, is a loving albeit opinionated body in said world while her seething disdain for her mother (an awesome Dana Eskelson) is only countered by the warmth and acceptance of her girlfriend Sylve (top-notch Keisha Zollar). The events that follow these characters and their situations are very real and most people in this world (let alone an audience) can connect to them. Do yourself a favor and see this movie. It might just be the best thing you've seen this year.


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English

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22 August 2014 (USA) See more »

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