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See You Next Tuesday
The Tank @ 46th Street
New York, NY
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See You Next Tuesday
Mona (Eleanore Pienta) is a mentally unbalanced and very pregnant young woman in a hideous orange coat. Without any friends to speak of and alienated from her hoochie mama coworkers at a crummy Brooklyn supermarket, Mona maintains a strangely close relationship with her campy, recovering alcoholic mother May (Dana Eskelson). Mona's sister Jordan (Molly Plunk) is an unemployable party girl, estranged from May and making life hell for her increasingly fed up girlfriend Sylve (Keisha Zollar). In the final days of her pregnancy, Mona draws her mother, sister, and anybody who happens to get caught in her wake into her hectic life as she drifts further from reality.

The screening will be immediately followed by a talk-back with director/writer Drew Tobia and lead actress Eleanore Pienta led by EXIT ELENA/SOFT IN THE HEAD director Nathan Silver.

"The laughs are so abrasive that they hurt."
- Calum Marsh, Village Voice

"[P]erfectly encapsulates the vibrant cynicism at the root of American underground filmmaking today."
-Eric Kohn, Indiewire

"it feels alive in the ways only superior works of art can [A] bold announcement that Mr. Tobia is a promising new voice in American independent motion pictures."
-Brandon Harris, Filmmaker Magazine

Drew Tobia, Director/Writer  Drew Tobia is an independent film director. See You Next Tuesday, his first feature length film, played the festival circuit in 2013 to critical acclaim and was released in 2014 through Devolver Digital Films. Filmmaker Magazine labeled him as a "promising new voice in American independent motion pictures," with the Village Voice asserting that "he embraces the absurdity of human behavior at the same time that he recoils from it." He is currently in development on his new film, slated to film in winter 2015.

Rachel Wolther, Producer

Brian McOmber, Composer

Sofi Marshall, Editor

Featuring: Eleanore Pienta, Dana Eskelson, Molly Plunk, Keisha Zollar


The Tank @ 46th Street (View)
151 West 46th Street, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10036
United States


Film > Movies

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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