Robbie is a guy who’s looking for an escape. Venturing to Upstate New York to flee the city and complications of his marriage, he arrives at his aunt’s bucolic country home where he hopes to find room to breathe. He soon discovers that the house has been repurposed as a respite home for pregnant teenage girls. Despite doing his best to keep to himself, Robbie soon forms bonds with the girls, stirring up the kinds of emotions that he was attempting to escape and creating an upheaval of jealousy and love triangles where rest and tranquility are meant to be the norm.
Prominent Indie director, Nathan Silver, presents a film inspired by his mother’s life. Cindy Silver (Nathan’s real life mother) plays a lead role that steals the show. The rest of the cast, comprised of professionals and non actors make this gem of a film authentic. Filled to the brim with scenes that are both poetic and wrenching Uncertain Terms is an original story about how love isn’t always as easy as boy meets girl. –Sam Robotham
BIO: Nathan Silver graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2005. Since then, he has written and directed four short films and five feature films: The Blind, Exit Elena, Soft in the Head, Uncertain Terms, and Stinking Heaven. His films have played festivals around the world, including Los Angeles, Edinburgh, Deauville, Vienna, Melbourne, and BAFICI. Filmmaker Magazine named him “one of the most interesting emerging directors in U.S. indie film.”
Cast/Featuring: India Menuez, David Dahlbom, Caitlin Mehner, Tallie Medel, Hannah Gross, Gina Piersanti, Cindy Silver, Adinah Dancyger, Casey Drogin
Executive Producer(s): Harvey L. Silver, Jere B. Ford, Phil Pinto, Jeff Marchelletta
Producer(s): Chloe Dumont, Richard Peete, Josh Mandel
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