Brightest Star (film)
|Directed by||Maggie Kiley|
Some Boys Don't Leave|
by Maggie Kiley
|Music by||Matthew Puckett|
|Distributed by||Gravitas Ventures|
Brightest Star (also titled Light Years) is a 2013 American independent romantic comedy film directed by Maggie Kiley and starring Chris Lowell and Rose McIver. The film is based on Kiley's short film Some Boys Don't Leave. It is also Kiley's directorial debut.
This article needs a plot summary. (September 2017)
- Chris Lowell as The Boy
- Rose McIver as Charlotte Cates
- Jessica Szohr as Lita Markovic
- Alex Kaluzhsky as Ray
- Clark Gregg as Mr. Markovic
- Allison Janney as The Astronomer
- Elvy Yost as Jodi
- Peter Jacobson as Dr. Lambert
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