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"Made in NY" Films Open in July

July 1, 2009 - A handful of “Made in NY” films open in the month of July.

Shot in eighteen days in and around Park Slope, I Hate Valentine’s Day, stars Nia Vardalos, who also wrote and directed the film. Vardalos plays Genevieve, a florist who lives her romantic life by one simple rule: never let a relationship last for more than five dates because that’s when the romance ends. Things become complicated for her when she befriends Greg, played by John Corbett. The films opens July 3.

Adam stars Hugh Dancy and Rose Byrne as neighbors in the same Upper West Side brownstone who form a tentative relationship. The film shot on location in the City in the winter of 2007. It’s written and directed by Max Meyer and opens July 29.

Death in Love stars Josh Lucas, Lukas Hass, Adam Brody and Jacqueline Bisset. The film, which is written and directed by Boaz Yakin, tells the story of two brothers are trying to climb out of the shadows of their Holocaust survivor mother’s dark past. It will be released by Screen Media Films and in theatres in New York and Los Angeles on July 17.

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