“30 Days” marks writer/director Aaron Harnick’s feature debut, but the talented Harnick has much experience as an actor (seen recently in the Sundance-lauded “Judy Berlin”) and has also logged in hours writing for “The Drew Carey Show”. His film “30 Days” dives into the lives of a group of 30-somethings wrestling with life issues and growing up a little later than they probably should have. But, better late than never.
The movie opens [ Friday, September 15th ] exclusively in New York City at Sutton East Theater, located at 3rd and 57th, and also at Village East Cinemas at 2nd Avenue and 12th Street. Save that scrappy ticket stub — it gets you into the after-hours party at the Joseph I. Lubin House (11 East 61st Street). Festivities commence at 8 and run ’till 11. If you don’t see it tonight, catch it while you can. For more on “30 Days” visit [ the “30 Days” website. ]
Posted on September 15, 2000 in News by Film Threat Staff
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