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New York Premiere

Breakup Weekend

Narrative Short Film
Directed by: Jordan Rice
Duration: 17 minutes
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Two young adults who’ve been dating since high school decide to spend one last weekend as a couple before splitting up for good.
Breakup Weekend is the coming-of-age drama following Amira and Luca who after five years of dating, decide to end their relationship after their first year of long-distance. Before they leave each other’s lives to grow as young adults, they spend one last weekend celebrating their love and trying to get closure. Amira, back home from art school, goes to Luca’s house for their last weekend together, hoping to stay firm in accepting Luca’s desire to break up. Meanwhile, Luca is struggling with his decision to break up with Amira. As the night continues, the two remember why they love each other and almost reconnect romantically. The moment of reconnection breaks when Amira tries to regain control of her emotions. The two get into a heated argument that allows both to share their feelings about the relationship, and more importantly, why they cannot stay together. The film ends on the first night of the breakup weekend with the pair reminiscing on old memories, living in their decision, and finding comfort in their new friendship post-breakup.
#Breakup, #Weekend
Genres: Romance, Drama
Perspectives: Black, Women
Studio: More To See Productions, LLC
Producers: Jordan RiceSade Ariel
From: United States
Produced In: United States
Writers: Jordan Rice
Lead Actors: Jordan RiceJemarcus Kilgore
Key Crew: LaRonn MarzettWilla Barnett

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