In a beat-up old boarding house in New Orleans, a frustrated landlady decides to confront one of her troublesome tenants for the rent. As their arguing ensues, an aspiring drunken writer decides to finally speak his truth. Based on the play by Tennessee Williams.
BIO: Sergio Rico is a 22 year old filmmaker who has gained experience though his work in professional theater and the film industry. He is trained in the Michael Chekhov Technique of Acting. Filmmakers who have inspired him include Stanley Kubrick, Michael Haneke, Alfonso Cuaron, and Terrence Malick.
Cast/Featuring: Lora Lee Ecobelli, Nancy Rothman, James Occhino, Kate Gulliver, Monica Brady, Hadyn Brady, Arthur Skopinsky, Greta King, Philip X Levine, Kenneth McBain
Executive Producer(s): Peter Coan, Timothy Dunleavy, Raj Kumar
Producer(s): Sergio Rico
Director(s): Sergio Rico
Screenwriter(s): Sergio Rico, Kevin Rico
Cinematographer(s): Ragnar Freidank, Martin D. Anderson
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