Andrew Jenks, Room 335 Trailer

Andrew Jenks, Room 335 Trailer (2008)

15 January 2008 90 mins

To get to know the world he lives in, college kid Andrew Jenks doesn't take off to remote, exotic places with a backpack, but instead decides to go and stay in a retirement home in Florida for a few weeks. There, he gets acquainted with Tammy, Libby, Dotty and Bill, all of whom are past their prime. These few weeks turn into a valuable experience for Jenks, who approaches the elderly people with an open mind and takes a close look at the less cheerful sides of old age, including decay and dependence.

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Cast

Bill Delarm

as Himself

Andrew Jenks

as Himself

Dotty Shepard

as Herself

Libby Smith

as Herself

Crew

Tom Obedlam

Original Music Composer

International Releases Dates

United States 15 January 2008

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