Stuck Between Stations
NYC Theatrical Premiere, One Week Only!
*** Filmmakers & Special Guests in person
FRIDAY, Nov. 4 and SATURDAY, Nov. 5 ***
"[CRITICS' PICK!] Mr. Rosen has an appealingly self-effacing naturalism, earthy and unglamorous. Ms. Lister-Jones, of the sitcom "Whitney," has an almost off-putting assurance. But Mr. Kiernan employs her well, using sharp dialogue (partly by Mr. Rosen) and Bo Hakala's glowing cinematography. There are no easy payoffs in STUCK BETWEEN STATIONS, but the chemistry of its stars is reward enough."
- Andy Webster, THE NEW YORK TIMES (Nov. 3, 2011)
"A gutsy break from the usual indie-romance's first-world problems... Lister Jones and Rosen do an appealing back-and-forth with lively dialogue."
- Nick Pinkerton, THE VILLAGE VOICE (Nov. 2, 2011)
"Easy to fall in love with! STUCK BETWEEN STATIONS has very likable leads, adorable moments, heavy and deep exchanges and satisfying turns."
- Christopher Campbell, SPOUT
"The interplay between Becky and Casper is cautiously playful, funny and informed: They know enough about each other not to have to struggle for conversation. They're different enough to make it textured, wary enough to make it complicated. Real people may not be this glib and witty, but Rosen and Lister-Jones sell us on Casper and Becky nonetheless."
- John Anderson, VARIETY
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STUCK BETWEEN STATIONS is a witty romantic drama starring rising talents Zoe Lister-Jones (BREAKING UPWARDS) and co-writer Sam Rosen (FOUR BOXES), plus Michael Imperioli (HBO's THE SOPRANOS) and Josh Hartnett (THE BLACK DAHLIA). Acclaimed at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival, Brady Kiernan's directorial debut makes its New York theatrical premiere with a week-long run, November 4 - 10.
Casper (Rosen) is a young soldier home from Afghanistan on bereavement leave after the death of his father. On his last night in town, a near-miss bar fight in the old neighborhood leads to a chance run-in with his childhood crush Rebecca (Lister-Jones), now a grad student coping with a foundering academic career and a fraught relationship with her married academic advisor (Imperioli). Over the course of a single night, the two traverse a striking Minneapolis cityscape, growing closer but knowing they will inevitably have to part ways at dawn. As the pair muse on the nature of life, fear, youth, and disappointment, at turns falling in love and falling apart, their journey mirrors that of a restless generation torn between promise and malaise.
85 minutes. In English. Presented in Blu-ray. Unrated. A Wrekin Hill Entertainment release.
FRIDAY, November 4 (7pm) * SPECIAL GUESTS IN PERSON *
SATURDAY, November 5 (7pm, 10pm) * SPECIAL GUESTS IN PERSON *
SUNDAY, November 6 (12 noon)
MONDAY, November 7 (10pm)
TUESDAY, November 8 (10pm)
WEDNESDAY, November 9 (7pm, 10pm)
THURSDAY, November 10 (7pm)
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