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Critically Acclaimed LOW LOW opens at Northwest Film Forum in Seattle

September 9 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Low Low details the lives of four girls from lower-income backgrounds surrounded by drugs, sex, and violence as they enter a new chapter in their lives. Will they perish under the pressure or discover their true strength as young women and best friends? It’s an honest and at times brutal look at four lives (and those around them) from the wrong side of the tracks with an incredible cast including Elaine Hendrix (Nashville and The Parent Trap) and Moniqua Plante (Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll).

And the critics are already loving it:

“…a strong debut for Richey, who shows a real compassion and understanding for these women. A lot of fledgling filmmakers make autobiographical movies or lean on genre, but Low Low follows a different path, empathizing with the worries and woes of some people whose lives are rarely reflected on screen.” – LA Times

“Four teen girls teeter on the precipice of uncertain futures in Nick Richey’s debut feature, Low Low, as the budding auteur’s realistic style nicely complements the precise performances, giving each actor an empathetic path into her character’s psyche.” – Variety

There will be a Q&A with the cast and crew following the screening. Come support an incredible indie film!


September 9
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Northwest Film Forum


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Seattle, WA 98122 United States
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