Down the Street

By Cassandra Cronenberg

Down the Street
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Itessa is on the verge of a nervous breakdown, and as her marriage unravels we follow her in and out of denial that her marriage is over and into a world of drugs and fantasies about other men and other lives she could have lived. As she begins questioning her mental stability ... Read more


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Itessa is on the verge of a nervous breakdown, and as her marriage unravels we follow her in and out of denial that her marriage is over and into a world of drugs and fantasies about other men and other lives she could have lived. As she begins questioning her mental stability as well as her identity, Itessa takes a journey inwards to the darkest side of herself. Down the Street explores the breakdown of a marriage as seen through the stream of consciousness narrative of a woman as she unravels, reaching for drugs and affairs to numb the pain.

Cassandra Cronenberg

Cassandra Cronenberg is a painter, writer and filmmaker living in Toronto. She has an Honours BA in East Asian Studies from McGill University and a BA in Psychology from York University. She has worked as an Assistant Director in Feature Film for ten years, and she recently wrote, directed, produced and acted in her first short film Candy, which had its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2013.

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