Landing Up

Synopsis: CHRISSIE and CECE play a con game with strangers to put a roof over their heads while fantasizing about their dream apartment. When Chrissie meets DAVID, a funny, genuine guy who works his way into her heart, she falls for him and must decide whether to confess the real circumstances of her life or continue her lie at all costs. Even at the cost of someone's life.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Daniel Tenenbaum
Production: Bold Compass Films
96 min

the ex laundry,

we just met this girl.

It's got to come out sometime.

It's alright, I've had my

fair share of shitty exes.

There was this one guy

who had an unfortunate fetish

for teal wigs.

So he wanted you to wear a wig?

Yeah, yeah it was weird.

Avi, you're up.

I think we should move on.

Because he doesn't have

any stories about women

because he hasn't had one yet.



He's no better with shuffle

board than he is with a Frisbee.

Hey, no I believe Avi

threw that Frisbee,

and I'm the one who made

the magnificent catch.

How'd you get so good at this?

I grew up in a tiny town,

you get good at weird things.

Well, sh*t. Your game.

What's my prize?


I play for tacos.

Oh, I know exactly

where we're going to go.


Yep, follow me, come on.


This is literally the best taco

I've ever eaten.

- Yeah?

- Mhm.

Taco truck tacos?


Whoa. You don't f***

around, do you?


So where do you live?


Um, uh...

Bumblefuck Brooklyn.

It takes me like an

hour to get anywhere.

Ugh, I would hate that.

- Yeah?

- Mhm.

What are you, one of those

Financial District guys

making east of the

river less cool?

Is that what you think of me?

Finance? Really?

Alright, alright, I'm sorry.

So not finance but maybe

something in commercial?

Graphic design?



Oh sh*t, I'm right?

You work in advertising?

Well close, it's

branding actually.


Oh well, when the masses aren't

buying into a product anymore

they call in the master

to make it cool again.

Oh, so you're the reason

that girls spend their money on sh*t

when they can't pay their rent?

Hey, don't shoot the messenger.


Well, maybe you can put me

in one of your commercials.

You're an actress?

Um, kind of. I want to be.

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