Claire's Cambodia

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Claire's Cambodia
Directed by Stacy Sherman
Produced by Jakki Fink
Billy Ray
Written by Stacy Sherman
Starring Shannon Woodward
Wendi McLendon-Covey
India Menuez
Mary Kay Place
Ray Wise
Joe Lo Truglio
Casey Wilson
Nick Thune
Catherine Bach
Timm Sharp
Cinematography Chris Robertson
Edited by Stacy Sherman
Running time 90 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Claire's Cambodia is an upcoming American comedy-drama film, written and directed by Stacy Sherman, making her feature film directing debut. The film stars Shannon Woodward, Wendi McLendon-Covey, India Menuez, Mary Kay Place, and Ray Wise. The film is executive produced by The Hunger Games screenwriter Billy Ray.

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This "sibling comedic drama" revolves around three estranged sisters (Shannon Woodward, India Menuez, Wendi McLendon-Covey) whose resentment and envy of one another is barely dented by the news that their father (Ray Wise) is terminally ill. Sherman has said that the city of Los Angeles will be a major focus of the film, stating that the city's distinct neighborhood will characterize the sisters' differences. She stated: "Los Angeles will illustrate those divisions in a comedic way". Shannon Woodward stars as the title character, Claire, one of the three sisters.[1]

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