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The comedic web series—which has been in the making over the last two years—pokes fun at all types of people, but most of all makes fun of art students “lovingly,” joked Lapoint.
The show starts when Danielle, a witty postgrad from small town Ontario, finds herself stranded in Montreal working at a movie theatre—far from the dreams of a film student.
Struggling to accept that her career in filmmaking is currently nul, Danielle tries to get her foot in the door by answering strange ads on Craigslist, only to discover that the gig wasn’t quite what she had in mind.
Alas, this time around, the reach isn’t as far as New York City, as this brilliant little web series takes place right in our fine city of Montreal.
is the glorious brainchild of Danielle Lapoint and Jeremy Sandor, who are recent Concordia Film Production graduates.
The web series presents a refreshingly quirky and perfectly awkward take on the post-grad life, as Lapoint—playing herself—attempts to navigate life as a post-grad and make a name for herself in the Montreal film industry.
The cringingly funny humour of will feature seven mini-sodes that collectively make up an hour of watch-time.
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