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Chelsea (2014)

When Chelsea's best friend Laura gets engaged and moves out of their apartment, she's left with more than an empty room. In her increasingly frustrating search to find a new roommate, ... See full summary »

Directors:

Nick Fries (co-director), Bryan Johnson (co-director)

Writers:

Nick Fries (story), Bryan Johnson (story) | 1 more credit »
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2 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Donald Ian Black ... Mark
Janel Coburn Janel Coburn ... Polly
Roxy Evensen Roxy Evensen ... Chelsea
Arthur Thomas Ford Arthur Thomas Ford ... Jordan
Michael James Nelson ... Freddy
Tessa Pechal Tessa Pechal ... Laura
Audra Quinn Audra Quinn ... Penny
Jessica Shannon ... Nancy (as Jessica Simone Hammond)
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When Chelsea's best friend Laura gets engaged and moves out of their apartment, she's left with more than an empty room. In her increasingly frustrating search to find a new roommate, Chelsea realizes that her life may not be shaping up the way she'd pictured it. Written by Bryan Johnson

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 June 2017 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$20,000 (estimated)
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Color (HD)
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Heartening Film About Finding One's Way
18 December 2017 | by sarah-ponderSee all my reviews

This film explores a young woman's experience of finding her way in life while other people seem to have everything figured out. The story is beautiful, subtle, humorous realistic and compassionate.

It is particularly interesting because the movie doesn't offer any concrete solution other than suggesting that people have to carry on regardless of changes or circumstances beyond their control. Somehow, within that that journey, there is still a quiet sense of hope.


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