“There’s no other drug, like love.”

NUNE is a romantic LGBTQ short film exclusively for the new adult, queer questioning youth coming of age. Two dreamers: an American beauty who aims for the stars and a teen outcast who buries her head in the stars. They are two total opposites with one common desire.

SYNOPSIS
A 15-year-old Nune creates a fantasy world to escape from the pain of social rejection and bullying. But her archenemy’s girlfriend—a model cheerleader with a bleeding heart—keeps luring her near.

PLOT SUMMARY
Nune (pronounced “Noon-nay”) Lusparian wishes her life was different. At school, a group of privileged kids try to break her, except for Briana, an American beauty, who has a bleeding heart for Nune. Briana’s clique wonders why a girl who has it all, would sympathize with the high school’s ugly duckling. Then start the rumors that Briana might be gay. If Briana’s reputation goes down by going out on the limb to follow her heart, will Nune rise up to catch her falling star?

Genre: Narrative Fiction, Drama, LGBTQ, Coming-of-Age, Youth
Length: Short Film
RT: 30 minutes
Year: 2016
Country: USA
Stars:  Brianna Joy Chomer, Jessica Lauren
Written & Directed by: Ji Strangeway
Production Company: GYATRi MEDIA

Movie Preview: Nune The Movie – Short Film – Trailer

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"Better to be killed by such beautiful birds than to live a life of ugliness and misery."
An urban reminder of the ugly duckling, renewed in Strangeway's film, NUNE.

Poster Photo Credit: Chad Alan

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