A New Woman (2010) - Watch Online. Directed by Omar Haro

Genres Drama     Fantasy     Romance     Short    
Director    
Writers Omar Haro
Cast    
Country USA
Language English
Runtime 18 min
Plot Maira tries to convince her pretentious and self-engrossed boyfriend, Matthew, to go out and see the new George Clooney movie. Meanwhile, Matthew stubbornly attempts to persuade her to stay and spend the night with him in his decorated apartment. As the story progresses it soon becomes apparent that Matthew's world is vastly different from Maira's, both casually and psychologically. Before all things come to an end secrets are revealed, imaginations are stirred and a strange and surprising turn of events unfolds.... search for A New Woman on IMDb

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  • A New Woman (2010) - IMDb

    Directed by Omar Haro. With Matthew Davoren. Maira tries to convince her pretentious and self-engrossed boyfriend, Matthew, to go out and see the new George Clooney movie. Meanwhile, Matthew stubbornly attempts to persuade her to stay...

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