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Sol Miranda and Victoria Cartagena in Come Find Me

Sol Miranda and Victoria Cartagena star in the upcoming mother and daughter film, Come Find Me. A film written and directed by Daniel Poliner

The Synopsis 

Come Find Me is a story about a mother (Sol Miranda, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”) and Victoria Cartagena, “Batwoman”) daughter facing major life changes and how their love challenges and sustains them. The daughter, Christina, is a young attorney rising toward partnership in a large firm with no other partners who look like her. The first half of the movie follows Christina and then it jumps forward two years and we watch her wedding from the point of view of her mother, Gloria, a recently retired and widowed public school principal.

Come Find Me – Official Poster

Daniel Poliner had envisioned a short film but he felt there was more to offer and took four years to film as he was working around the cast availability. In Come Find me there is also a feature performance of four time Tony nominee Tovah Feldshuh (Lady in the Water) and Alice Lee (Zoey’s Extraordinary).

Check out the clip where you can see Sol Miranda and Victoria Cartagena face a moment of tension. 

Come Find Me is set for a theatrical and VOD release January 13, 2023. 

Source: Revelation Films

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