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Directed by
Kim Romano
U S A / 2006 / 21:24 minutes
Center for Digital Imaging Arts

Screening Times and Venues:
To purchase tickets for this film, go to
Woodstock Community Center
10/15/2006, 11:00AM
Woodstock Community Center
10/14/2006, 11:30AM
Filmed in a lush tropical setting, this short documentary introduces an outrageously funny Jewish New Yorker who lives in Key West, Florida.

Through quirky and sometimes hilarious anecdotes, she describes her relationships with her husband; the teenage son he had through an affair; her gay best friend Sal; and her grown son with bipolar disorder.

You won't believe Muriel's spin on a cheating husband, orgasm, a troubled teenager, mental illness, food, and a bedroom ceiling fan.

Kim Romano made two short films as an undergraduate at Harvard and then spent years directing and raising money for non-profit organizations.

Since her graduation from the Center for Digital Imaging Arts digital filmmaking program in Boston last year, she has worked at WGBH's Filmmaker-in-Residence Program with Gerry Peary and Amy Geller; produced a documentary by Franco Sacchi about Boston's Community Boating Program, edited Lenny Manzo's ÔStoneridge-A Montessori Experience;' and formed Class Three Films Production Co. and EcastVideo with David Holroyd and Dan Eslinger, also CDIA graduates.

Kim and her 16-year old filmmaker son Cody Romano moved to Cambridge, MA from Key West, Florida where "Muriel" was filmed.

Producer(s): Kim Romano
Director(s): Kim Romano

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