Hedgehog (film)

Hedgehog is a 2017 American drama film written and directed by Lindsey Copeland. The film stars Madeline Brewer, Danny Deferrari, Robbie Tann, Jessica Renee Russell, Richard Toth, and Ann Dowd. The film premiered at the 2017 Cinequest Film Festival.[1]

Hedgehog
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Film poster
Directed byLindsey Copeland
Produced bySally Northrop
Written byLindsey Copeland
Starring
Music byAnthony Rossomando
CinematographyPH O'Brien
Edited byMichael Gill
Production
company
Fivelands Films
Distributed bySyndicado
Release date
Running time
114 minutes
CountryUnited States

Plot summaryEdit

Ali is a young comic who longs to follow in the footsteps of her once well-known father. Unfortunately for Ali, her fear of suffering the same fate as her father prevents her from ever trying her hand at comedy. In the hopes of conquering her fears, Ali begins taking writing classes but soon finds that the additional costs force her to take a second job assisting a friends neighbor, Joan, who is preparing to move out of her home.

CastEdit

  • Madeline Brewer as Ali
  • Danny Deferrari as Sean
  • Robbie Tann as Kyle
  • Jessica Renee Russell as Amy
  • Richard Toth as Darren
  • Ann Dowd as Joan

ProductionEdit

Hedgehog was filmed on location in Boston, Massachusetts, in October 2015. Filming locations also included Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and Everett, Massachusetts. Filming took place over 21 days.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Hedgehog". Cinequest Film Festival. Retrieved 2019-09-24.

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