Maggie’s Character: Mira
Release Date: N/A
Directed By: Jeremy Stein
Screenwriter: Jeremy Stein
Genre: Comedy | Drama
MPAA Rating: Rated R for language and brief drug use.
Runtime: 91 min.
Box Office #’s: here
A year after becoming the toast of New York City’s art scene, photographer Max Martin has lost his ability to take a decent picture. On the night before his make-or-break gallery opening, surrounded by the trappings of success but devoid of inspiration, Max embarks on a bizarre trek through the city in search of ten mysterious photographs that could save his career. Shot in brilliant color and dramatic black and white, first-time director Jeremy Stein’s industrial New York City is a wonderland, roamed by witches and magical creatures, where survival hinges on the completion of a simple quest. Accompanied by an unlikely crew of strangers he meets along the way, Max trips through a modern-day Oz and rediscovers the easily forgotten value of seeing magic reflected in everyday life.
From the Gallery
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- The photographs seen in the movie are from the series “HOMELESS: Portraits of Americans in Hard Times”. They were taken by Howard Schatz.
Mira: We’re closed.
Romeo: And then she just appeared, as if from a dream.
Mira: Look, I’m sorry, we’re closed.
Romeo: Please, we’re on a journey!
Mira: What kind of journey?
Romeo: We’re looking for something: lost photographs… Cher’s involved.
[Starts imitating a newscaster.]
Mira: just hours ago, this young man beside me was in the possession of ten– that’s right, ten– eight-by-ten glossy photographs and now he’s lost them, frittered them away. Max here fears a life, a lonely life filled with despair, wandering around on the streets of New York a nothing, a plankton, a bottom dweller, a toothache, a tiny speck of dust that… everything.