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NANCY, PLEASE is a psychodrama/black comedy that explores obsession, self-righteousness, and the perverse allure of victimhood in New Haven, CT.
77 backers pledged $12,080 to help bring this project to life.

On Our Way!

Hey, 'Nancy, Please' Fans! (I need to come up with fun nickname for die hard fans of the project. Nancies? Pleasers? Please Heads? Suggestions are welcome).

So far, things are going swimmingly with the NP Kickstarter campaign and we are frankly delighted. We're a week in and we already over a third of the way to our goal, which is nothing to sneeze at! A huge thank you to everyone who's been so kind as to donate – you guys are our heroes and we truly appreciate every penny that's come our way.

That being said, there's still a long way to go. We've got two weeks to rustle up an additional $6500 or so, otherwise we won't meet our 10K goal and all the funds pledged thus far will evaporate. We'll be left with nothing but good intentions and an awkward video of me in the tub. So, if you can, please spread the word! Tell all your pals (particularly the very wealthy ones with loads of disposable income) to check out our page and consider donating. Our entire project hangs in the balance! Every little bit of money, every Facebook post, every forwarded email helps.

From the Excellent News Department:

As we await the results of our Kickstarter campaign, we continue to forge ahead, developing 'Nancy, Please' and readying it for a late autumn shoot. In recent days, we've been so fortunate as to get brilliant cinematographer Eric Lin (who photographed the entrancing The Exploding Girl) and equally brilliant Production Designer Ana Cambre to sign on to our project. YES!!! I am very, very excited to have these two on board. With a top-shelf team like this, the movie's sure to look fantastic. We feel tremendously lucky to have them on the NP team.

So things are looking promising. Let's keep the momentum up, keep hope alive, and get this thing made.

thanks again,
Andrew