Loitering with Intent (2014)

Director
Adam Rapp

Main cast
Ivan Martin; Michael Godere; Marisa Tomei; Sam Rockwell; Brian Geraghty

Genres
Comedy, Drama

Description
Fledgling screenwriters retreat to a quiet country manor to work on their script, but a constellation of needy characters produces constant interruptions.


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