Out October 3rd is Just 45 Minutes from Broadway (movie trailer above), a film starring Tanna Frederick and Judd Nelson.
It’s a film that speaks on identity crisis, who are we? Are we our profession? What happens when our jobs/careers consume our bodies and minds?
Just 45 Minutes tackles these issues through a number of complex characters.
Here is a synopsis of the film taken from the movie’s website:
When a heart-broken actress and her “civilian” sister return to their theatrical family’s crumbling home for very different reasons, secrets are exposed, rivalries are rekindled and love as rare as a blue bullfrog begins to bloom.
As you can see by the trailer, this film is going to get emotional and may even bring you to tears.
Never heard of Tanna Frederick? Her previous role in Hollywood Dreams helped grab many awards.
· Best Actress at Montana International Film Festival
· Best Actress at Fargo Film Festival
· Best Actress at the Wild Rose Film Festival
· Best Picture honors at the San Luis Obispo Film Festival and to Best Comedy at WorldFest Houston
· Method Fest’s “Performer to Watch”
· Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival’s “Maverick” Award.
Mary Crosby, Sabrina Jaglom, Jack Quaid, Michael Emil, Eliza Roberts, Simon Orson Jaglom, Emily Alexander, Peter Townend and Linda Carson also star in the film.
It’s written and directed by Henry Jaglom. It’s his first piece of work since 2010’s Queen of the Lot, which also starred Frederick.