Something You've Never Told Me
All Films • Comedy, Short Films, 22-Jun-2022
On a weekend getaway to a family home, two old friends bicker, gossip, and search for trouble in town. Katie Colosimo directs “Something You’ve Never Told Me,” a sharp-tongued comedy about complicated relationships, underlying tensions, and “selfish energy.” At her aunt’s vacation house, Eliza invites her (sort of) friend, Frances, to get away from the city for a couple days. When they get bored of their competitive tear-downs and endless disagreements, they head to a local bar and pick up a bartender who promises to spice things up for a while. Colosimo’s film is brimming with spiky banter, pettiness, sarcasm, and general candor, but it's also stylishly shot and scored. -KA. Writer, Director & Editor: Katie Colosimo. Cast: Chynna Walker, Hannah Marianetti, Casey Worthington. Producer: Megan Duffey. Director of Photography: David Quateman. Original Score: Written & Performed by Jonathan Franco. Colorist: Andrew Ceen. Sound Mixer: Sarah Weck.
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