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Nice Ride

Genre: Short Film
Release Date: March 28, 2020 (Vail Film Festival, USA)
Country USA
Language: English
Runtime: 13 minutes
Filming Locations: The Big Oak Theatre (Los Angeles, California)
Directed by: Rose McIver
Produced by: Mali Elfman
Production Designer: Sally Levi
Casting: Catherine Parker, Lucia Tower, Hannah Marshall, Nicole Falk

Synopsis

In a small coastal town, two teenage cousins fantasize about their future together. When life pans out differently for each of them, the women try to navigate their relationship despite trauma and comparison. Underneath appearances is a complicated love that withstands more than either woman predicted.

Production Timeline

June 2019 – We learned that Rose is currently working in a new short film project. She is actually looking for a teenage actress who looks like her dear friend and talented actress Catherine Parker (The Haunting of Hill House).

June 29-30, 2020Rose and her crew shot the short film in Los Angeles (California).

March 2020 – We learned that the short film has been accepted into Vail Film Festival (USA). ‘Nice Ride‘ will be appearing for a first exclusive screening on March 28, 2020. Edit 13/03/2020: Due to the recent events, the ‘Vail Film Festival’ has been postponed. New dates will be announced very soon.

May 2020Fortunately, the organizers of the ‘Vail Film Festival‘ have decided to create an online festival. Rose‘s short film will be available on May 17, 2020 4:00 PM.

 

 

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Reviews

My review

Wonderfully written and directed by Rose, this short film shows us two cousins ​​who plan their futures, their desires and are confronted with the fact that life does not always unfold as we imagined. The actresses, both adolescent and adult, brilliantly managed to make us feel their emotions.

I also very appreciated the choice of music at the end, which lent itself beautifully to the atmosphere and the feelings of the film.

Also, seeing Rose‘s name as director at the end had a special emotion for me. It’s a new step in her career and I’m so proud! I can’t wait to see what’s next for her. In the very end of the credits, special thanks were made for her family and her role model, Miranda Harcourt. That was a super cute note.

Cast and crew of this short film have made a fantastic job. Huge congratulations to everyone involved!

Some fans reviews

It was beautifully shot and in just the few minutes time it was able to make me feel something real, between these two friends.
@MaxTheroondog from Twitter

I thought it was good! Good acting, good cinematography. And like you, I liked the song at the end.
@Somethingscary6 from Twitter

I really liked the movie and I hope we can see more of Rose as a director I really think she did a great job as well as the rest of the crew.
@beatrizdlapa from Instagram

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