Needing a sudden escape from the city, Robbie gets help from his aunt, who invites him to stay at her home for pregnant teenagers in the countryside. As the only man in the house, Robbie inadvertently becomes the object of the girls’ attention. He eventually meets Nina, who is mature beyond her age and struggling with relationship troubles of ther own. As Robbie and Nina get to know each other, they start stirring up jealousy amongst the other girls and things get “complicated”.


Brooklyn director Nathan Silver, who graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2005, has written and directed five features, which have played in festivals around the world: The Blind (2009), Exit Elena (2012), Soft in the Head (2013), Uncertain Terms (2014), y Stinking Heaven (currently in post-production). Recently, Filmmaker Magazine named Silver “one of the most interesting emerging directors in U.S. indie film” and The New York Times did a profile on him.


Spanish Première

Year: 2014
Runtime: 75 min
Director: Nathan Silver
Cast: David Dahlbom, Adinah Dancyger, Casey Drogin
Genre: Drama
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Contact: Nathan Silver