viernes, 26 de junio de 2015

Cinema Paradiso: Side Effects (2005) / Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau



Side Effects, a semi autobiographical comedy by neophyte writer-director Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau, stars Katherine Heigl (My Father the Hero, The Ringer) as Karly Hert, an employee for a major pharmaceutical house, who deeply values her position at the firm but gently questions company ethics. She meets and falls for Zach (Lucian McAfee who works for a week as a sales rep for Karly's firm before he becomes totally disgusted with shaky corporate mores and books it to head out into the country and build his own house. Karly is ready to follow him, until the money starts rolling in. Soon, Karly and Zach run into a head-to-head conflict of values, and Karly is forced to choose between the company and her new beau. Side Effects co-stars Dorian de Michele and Dave Durbin.

Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau is a mom, wife and former drug pusher (legally) turned filmmaker. At 35, with no prior filmmaking experience, she wrote, directed, and co-produced the independent feature film Side Effects (starring Katherine Heigl) as well as the documentary Money Talks: Profits Before Patient Safety. These two independent feature films have received international acclaim. Kathleen has learned first hand how to rock the boat and shake things up. From drugs, to film, to radio, to yoga…Kathleen’s career has been anything but a straight path.

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