Ryan Richmond's "Money Matters" With Aunjanue Ellis Coming Out On DVD

by Sergio
October 19, 2011 10:41 AM
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Filmmaker Ryan Richmond intense domestic drama Money Matters with Aunjanue Ellis (from the TV series The Mentalist), after going through an extensive film festival circuit run, is coming out on DVD next month on November 15 through Image Entertainment.

The film deals with a young teenage girl, played by Terri Abney, growing up in fractured family with a troubled relationship with her mother. Things get worse for the young girl at the Catholic school she attends where she feels like an outcast. However an unlikely friendship with a sympathetic neighborhood girl turns into something much more than she expected.

Here's the trailer for the film:

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  • sarah ocea | December 30, 2012 1:56 AMReply

    I actually just watched this film and while yes it had the low budget vibe I believe you over came that with a strong story and good actors. I was captivated. Congratulations

  • Mathew Ealy | May 30, 2012 11:08 PMReply

    I watched this movie and usually I don't watch movies that are shot like this. low budget feel. I am glad I saw it through. It was moving on a level that I can't comprehend. watching this kind of acting makes me want to do so much more. thank you for being such an inspiration.

  • Anonymous | October 20, 2011 5:30 AMReply

    Love Aunjanue. This looks interesting. Will have add to list.

  • A fan | October 19, 2011 12:00 PMReply

    Go Ryan!

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