SUNDANCE PREVIEW: Anne Heche in 'That's What She Said' (Exclusive Video)
The NEXT <=> category world premiere from director Carrie Preston and screenwriter Kellie Overbey follows a trio of love-worn women in New York City.
Anne Heche, Marcia DeBonis and Alia Shawkat star in the sophomore directing effort of True Blood actress Carrie Preston, That’s What She Said. Written by fellow actress Kellie Overbey (That’s Life), the comedy will have its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival Friday, Jan. 20, at the Prospector Square Theatre at 5:30 pm as part of the NEXT <=> section.
The Hollywood Reporter here exclusively hosts the premiere of the film’s brand new trailer.
Heche and DeBonis star as longtime best friends, one trying to move on from a broken relationship and the other just starting a new one. When they meet a distraught woman with her own romantic problems played by Shawkat, the trio ends up stumbling through a series of New York City misadventures.
Lucy Barzun Donnelly, Joshua Astrachan, Mona Panchal and Preston produced.
Heche has been a Sundance regular in recent years, showing up in the festival entries Spread (2009) and Cedar Rapids (2011).
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