In The Wake

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Love, career, and real estate are three issues troubling would-be artists in increasingly upscale San Francisco in this comedy-drama. Tommy (Julia D'Orazio) is a woman in her early thirties whose life has arrived at an impasse -- she's been unable to get her career as a sculptor off the ground, her day job in a lawyer's office is becoming less satisfying with each passing day, and her relationship with her boyfriend has hit the skids. But as annoying as these circumstances are, real trouble starts knocking on Tommy's door when she learns she'll have to vacate her apartment in 30 days; suddenly, her friends are either without a spare room or their significant others are unwilling to share space with her, and the aggressively overpriced housing market in San Francisco is making it all but impossible for Tommy to find a new flat. Just as Tommy's situation is becoming truly dire, she meets a nice guy (Timothy Rodriquez) who looks like boyfriend material -- except she's not sure if she'll have anyplace to take him. Meanwhile, Tommy's troubles are paralleled by the misadventures of Veronica (Patricia Jiron), a young dancer trying to make a name for herself in the same city during the early days of the 20th Century. In the Wake was shot using high-definition video technology; the modern-day sequences with Tommy are in color, while the subplot set in 1906 is in black-and-white.

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