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My Normal (2009)

Director: Irving Schwartz

Writers: Renée Garzón; Adam Sales; Abdul Malik Abbott

Music by: Daniel Olshansky

Producers: Renée Garzón; Adam Sales; Abdul Malik Abbott; Phillipa Davis

Keywords: Drama, Lesbian

CAST

Nicole LaLiberté   ...   Natalie
Ty Jones   ...   Noah
Dawn Noel Pignuola   ...   Jasmine
Mark Saturno   ...   Michael
Heath Kelts   ...   Jim
Naama Kates   ...   Melanie
Maine Anders   ...   Sonia
Kira Sternbach   ...   Joe
Katie Wallack   ...   Rebecca
Meret Oppenheim   ...   Natalie's Mom
Jacqueline Hendy   ...   Veronica
Millana Williams   ...   Sarit
Abdul Malik Abbott   ...   Omar
Kseniya Shyrokava   ...   Movie Damsel in Distress
Adam Sales   ...   Movie Psycho Killer
Daniel Stephen   ...   Movie Jim
Ivana Demrovsky   ...   Movie Natalie
Aja Spears   ...   Movie Sonia
Brandon Tonner-Connolly   ...   Movie Prop Master
Ricardo Sarmiento   ...   Movie Cameraman
Vladimir Chernov   ...   Movie Camera Assistant
Noam Yaffe   ...   Movie PA
Asi Ben-Sasson   ...   Crossdressed Client
Renée Garzón   ...   Girl on Bike / Go-Go Dancer
Sarah Murphy   ...   Body Painted Go-Go Dancer
Will Pentecost   ...   Ashtray Guy & Guy in Masks
Sanli Ozlen   ...   Girl on Bench
Celia Weinstein   ...   Answering Machine Voice
Mike Rivera   ...   Icey Vendor
Rob Liebman   ...   Businessman in Park with Jim

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