Tahara, a teen coming-of-age film, has just released a new trailer for its upcoming film, which includes Madeline Grey DeFreece and Rachel Sennott. Tahara, along with Shlomit Azoulay, Daniel Taveras, and Bernadette Quigley, are all cast members. Olivia Peace is a filmmaker who directed the script from Jess Zeidman.
The main character in the film''s uniqueness is grabbing points before the couple''s friends come out and discuss subjects, while Sennott''s character is a bit more adamant. DeFreece''s character is completely unremarkable at the end, showing a dark comedy that may or may not have a good heart.
Tahara was screened at the 2022 Slamdance Film Festival and directed Peace received the Grand Jury Award for Debut of a Black LGBTQ+ filmmaker at NewFest 2020. The film also received the Grand Jury Award at Outfest 2020 and was an official selection at TIFF''s Next Wave 2021. Tahara has received great criticism, currently holding a substantial fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes.
Tahara is the second festival darling to feature Sennott, which includes a funeral as the main setting after Shiva Baby. Sennott was recognized for the Breakthrough Artist Award at the Austin Film Critics Association, and several other nominations. DeFreece is basically a newbie, but has appeared in several episodes of Blue Bloods, and will appear in the upcoming films The Cosmos Sisters and Summoners.
Tahara is open in theaters on June 10 at the Quad Cinema in New York City. Check out the trailer for Tahara here.
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