Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Kyle Schickner|
|Written by||Kyle Schickner|
|Music by||Damian Montano|
|Editing by||Thom Obarski|
|Distributed by||FenceSitter Films|
|Running time||120 minutes|
A college student, a single middle aged mother and an older widow meet in a steam room.
Elizabeth (Kate Siegel) is a college freshman, beginning to understand her sexual identity in the shadow of her strict Catholic parents. Laurie (Ally Sheedy) is just beginning a relationship with her son's young coach while her ex-husband's tries to use their son against her. An older widow, Doris (Ruby Dee), after years of loneliness, has met a new man.
The film weaves their stories together, exploring the similarities that connect three very different women.
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- Francisco, Milalie (2006-11-20). "Rutgers: Filmmakers cast the spotlight on Rutgers". University Wire. "Most recently, former Highland Park resident and Rutgers alumnus Kyle Schickner returned from California to film his independent movie, "Steamroom." Selesky said Schickner filmed at various sites in New Brunswick, including Passion Puddle."
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