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Mr. Lamb
Directed by
Jean Pesce

USA / 2013 / 15
New York University
World Premiere

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Mr. Lamb is Jean Pesce’s NYU - Tisch School of the Arts pre-thesis film. It is a dark comedy about a diner waitress named Myrna, who is in love with her pen pal -- the convicted murderer, Charles Lamb. Myrna is convinced of his innocence and their mutual love. When Mr. Lamb escapes from prison and shows up at Myrna’s door, her dreams of romance turn into a violent nightmare – involving a can of chili.
Jean Pesce is a MFA Candidate at NYU - Tisch School of the Arts in the Film Division. Born and raised in San Francisco, Jean studied film and history at Bard College. After interning on Todd Solondz's "Palindromes," she went on to work in New York City as a Location Scout and Manager on nearly thirty features and television shows.

Jean is the recipient of the prestigious MFA Summer Internship Fund granted by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts of Sciences. She is currently interning in Development at Electric City Entertainment in Los Angeles.

Cast/Featuring: Aysan Celik, Corey Sullivan, Hanlon Smith-Dorsey, Michael Cyril Creighton
Executive Producer(s): Jean Pesce
Producer(s): Annie Kaempfer, Roger Gregory, Sydney Buchan
Director(s): Jean Pesce
Screenwriter(s): Jean Pesce
Cinematographer(s): Arlen Konopaki
Editor(s): Jean Pesce
Composer(s)/Music: Matt Casuccio
Sound Designer(s): Anne Tolkkinen
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