- Bryan Wizemann
- Lauren Ambrose, Andrey P. Scott, Dylan Baker
Lauren Ambrose plays a single mother struggling to make ends meet in Las Vegas where she lives with her young daughter. When her boss presents her with a get-rich-quick scheme, she jumps at the chance, something that sets in motion a series of events that only worsen her situation. While her decision making is far from well-reasoned, her devotion to her daughter is clear, but when faced with the reality of her actions, she contemplates the most difficult decision of all. “Ambrose is on-screen for virtually every second, emanating a gorgeous, doomed charisma, and holds you in suspense the whole way...it's a worthwhile recession-era drama built around a terrific performance.” (salon.com)
Bryan Wizemann ‘95 studied philosophy at Cornell and took film classes with recently retired film instructor Marilyn Rivchin. He received a M.F.A. in conceptual art from Hunter College. Think of Me is his second feature-length film and was an official selection of the 2011 Toronto Film Festival.