"Girls" Star Zosia Mamet Will Be Seen in New York-Set Indie Comedy

News   "Girls" Star Zosia Mamet Will Be Seen in New York-Set Indie Comedy
"Girls" star Zosia Mamet will be seen alongside Deirdre O’Connell ("The Affair") in a new feature-length indie film titled "The Boy Downstairs," according to Deadline. The New York-based comedy is written and directed by Sophie Brooks.

According to the entertainment news source, Mamet stars as a woman who moves back to New York City and accidentally into her ex-boyfriend’s apartment building, reopening old wounds. Matthew Shear and Diana Irvine also star.

Mamet, last seen in Off-Broadway's Really Really, is the daughter of Tony-nominated playwright David Mamet. She was also among the developmental cast of Duncan Sheik's American Psycho musical, based on the acclaimed Bret Easton Ellis novel of the same name. The show, which stars Benjamin Walker as the famed serial killer, is scheduled to begin previews on Broadway March 24, 2016, at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. Additional casting is still to be announced.

Cliffbrook Films is producing "The Boy Downstairs" with Motion Picture Capital.

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