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.
Jennifer Miranda Holmes
In the shadow of the still burning Twin Towers, a photography exhibit becomes a haven. A place to reconcile fears of uncontrollable fate. Tens of thousands come to experience wrenching ... See full summary »
After workaholic Kevin has a drunken one night stand with the beautiful train-wreck Madeline, he's horrified to discover that she's actually his boss' jilted ex-mistress. When she takes a ... See full summary »
When Davis Green's alluring young cousin Alexis shows up on his doorstep, he discovers a side of his family that had been kept secret his entire life. As the two get closer, they set out to... See full summary »
Deborah Ann Woll
Alice, a ten-year-old girl, look up to her 17-year-old wild neighbor across the street. She leads a three-person cheering section as the teenager, named Sheryl, falls in love and has ... See full summary »
C. Thomas Howell,
Travis, a young struggling musician, crosses paths with Ellen, an older married yoga teacher who is trying to adopt a child with her husband. Travis and Ellen begin an affair that slowly deepens into something more intimate and profound. As their encounters continue, Ellen is confronted with her failing marriage while Travis must face the consequences of his actions.
I caught this terrific movie at LA Film Fest in 2015, glad to see it's getting distribution. The film features fantastic performances from the leads Amy Hargreaves, Matt McGorry and the ensemble cast. And its always great to see veteran character actor Mark Blum. It was beautifully shot (made me miss NYC), scored and confidently written and directed by Marc Meyers. This is a grown-up film about grown-ups. Full disclosure, I have known and worked with the director. Its been wonderful to watch him to grow into the assured filmmaker that brought about this work. This film is everything we love about independent film. Bravo and highly recommend!
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