Join DC APA film for a free screening of Someone I Used to Know on Thursday, November 7 at Busboys & Poets followed by a Q&A session with director Nadine Truong and actor/producer Brian Yang!
Charlie has recently lost his girlfriend and job and is definitely not living the life he imagined for himself. He meets up with his high school friends, Luke and Danny, at a LA nightclub to catch up. They run into another trio and the strangers go back to Luke’s place for a “few more drinks”. As the night wears on, there are confessions and revelations.
The film deals with the disappointment when adulthood doesn’t meet expectations. The film looks moody and atmospheric and the direction and writing has been receiving praise.
Someone I Used to Know was produced by 408 films and shot in LA ion 17 days on a small budget and funded in part via Kickstarter. Come support Asian American filmmakers and talent! Learn more about the direction and production of the film when director Nadine Truong and actor/producer Brian Yang stop by the screening of Someone I Used to Know on November 27th at Busboys & Poets.
The Film: Someone I Used to Know
Screening Time: Thursday, November 7, 2013 at 6 PM
The Venue: Busboys & Poets at 5th & K
Run Time: 79 minutes