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What happens when you open your home up to complete strangers? That’s what one young woman finds out in a new series coming to Refinery29.
Strangers, from R29, Beachside and Jesse Peretz (Girls), takes Isobel on a journey of self-discovery with her lesbian best friend as she begins renting out her spare bedroom in a final attempt to keep the home she loves.
The series, created and directed by Mia Lidofsky, stars The Comeback‘s Zoe Chao as Isobel and Search Party‘s Meredith Hagner as best friend Cam. Shiri Appleby, Jemima Kirke, Jemaine Clement and Langston Kerman all appear as a rotating cast of house guests who help Isobel grapple with career dissatisfaction and her newly discovered bisexuality.
Announced during the Digital Content NewFronts last spring, the series is premiering at the Sundance Film Festival as part of the Short Form Episodic Showcase. It will debut on the Refinery29 website later this year.
Refinery29 also has two short films in the festival, Come Swim from director Kristen Stewart and Lucia, Before and After from director Anu Valia.
Strangers was written by Jim Strouse and Lidofsky. Sara Murphy, Jason Baum and Riel Roch-Decter serve as producers. Peretz, Michael B. Clark, Lidofsky and Alex Turtletaub executive produced alongside Refinery29’s Amy Emmerich, Shannon Gibson and Stone Roberts. Celia Rowlson-Hall guest directed and co-executive produces.
Watch the Strangers trailer below:
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