• NR
  • Psychological Drama


A young photographer living in post-9/11 lower Manhattan struggles to maintain his sanity as he interviews potential roommates and listens to their remarkable stories in producer/writer/director Brian Sloan's screen adaptation of his acclaimed stage play. In the shadow of a national tragedy, Eric is faced with the daunting prospect of finding a new roommate with whom to share his lower Manhattan apartment. It seems that everyone has a story to tell of that tragic day, and as Eric calmly listens to the tales told to him by his potential roommates, his own story of tragedy and hope gradually begins to emerge to reveal the secrets of downtown life and the strange reality that appeared when the smoke cleared on a national tragedy. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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