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Ovum (2015)

Not Rated | | Comedy , Drama | 19 April 2015 (USA)
A quirky Brooklyn actress tries The Method to approach an Off Broadway role and is drawn into the shady world of egg donation clinics and the characters who populate them.

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Matt Ott

Writer:

Sonja O'Hara
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Credited cast:
Sonja O'Hara ... Calpurnia Dylan
Hassan Johnson ... Barnard
Rutanya Alda ... Barbara
Jaspal Binning ... Max Singh
Jay Gillespie ... Kelly Cole
Karin Agstam ... Fiona Ryan
Katie Morrison ... Ellen Ray
Laura Poe ... Isabella West
Vincent Petrosini ... Carl
Tom Wardach ... Darren Dylan
Julie Hays ... Harminia Jones-Dylan
Vivian Chiu Vivian Chiu ... Jenna Leary
Henrik Kromann Henrik Kromann ... Dr. Alfred Rabinowitz
Michael Wieser Michael Wieser ... Burke Stevens
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Gillian Abbott Gillian Abbott ... Amy, Egg Donor
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A quirky Brooklyn actress tries The Method to approach an Off Broadway role and is drawn into the shady world of egg donation clinics and the characters who populate them.

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Comedy | Drama

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Not Rated
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English

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19 April 2015 (USA) See more »

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Bohème See more »
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Ineresting premise
8 November 2015 | by wiggscmSee all my reviews

Ineresting premise. The acting is first rate. When we first meet the main character I thought this was going to be another oh hum mediocre movie. But this did not turn out to be the case. As the story unfolds we are brought into her life of complexity. The story line is true to life. The supporting characters add to the overall depth of the story. There is just enough spice and byplay to develop the intrigue of the plot. The script is well developed. The flow of lines is true to conversational English without excessive colloquialisms. Mr. Ott demonstrates a unique skill in capturing the vagarities of human life. This story is a wonderful addition to his career portfolio. Well done.


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