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Watch Trailer For The Quirky New Web Series 'No Strings, Please’

Television
by Sergio
June 29, 2013 4:17 PM
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Here’s a trailer for the offbeat new 10-episode web series No Strings, Please, which premieres on July 15th.

Written and directed by Gemal Woods, and produced by Dawn L. Hall, and starring Naima Ramos-Chapman in the lead role of Charley Parker, the series revolves around the misadventures of Charley Parker, a former Brooklynite, relocated to Washington, DC., who leads a rather aimless life and prefers a listless existence in her new city.

Even worse is that Charley is “not sure about a lot of things, including keeping a steady job, but instead ventures into new territory for online trysts and deviant crimes. Confronted with resolving grief of her deceased mother, a father who’s moved on and a new life, Charley emerges transformed and ultimately untangled."

Also appearing in the series are Jaben Early, Ann Turino, Pei Pei Lin, Dennis Blackmen, Baye Harrell, Rasik Ohal and Clayton LeBouef.

All episodes can be seen on Vimeo and on the web series’ website HERE.

Here’s the trailer:

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2 Comments

  • Katie | June 30, 2013 11:53 AMReply

    It looks well produced, but it doesn't seem like my type of story. And I think she could have switched up the music when the trailers begins to show us her descent into crime. The music just didn't fit to me.

  • Adrian | June 30, 2013 2:29 AMReply

    Nice music

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