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Buzzy (Edward Burns) and Katie (Caitlin FitzGerald) are a newly married couple living a seemingly conflict-free life. But when Buzzy’s damaged and impulsive half-sister Linda (Kerry Bishe) arrives at their doorstep expecting to stay for an indefinite period in their Tribeca loft, her antics threaten to disrupt the couple’s commitment to an "easy" marriage. Meanwhile, with Katie’s sister Marsha projecting suspicions of her own husband’s infidelity onto Buzzy, will the couple’s formerly trusting and insulated life be able to withstand the dysfunctions of their respective siblings When you get married, you’re not just getting a husband or wife-you get the family.
Buzzy (Edward Burns) and Katie (Caitlin FitzGerald) are a newly married couple living a seemingly conflict-free life. But when Buzzy’s damaged and impulsive half-sister Linda (Kerry Bishe) arrives at their doorstep expecting to stay for an indefinite period in their Tribeca loft, her antics threaten to disrupt the couple’s commitment to an “easy” marriage. Meanwhile, with Katie’s sister Marsha projecting suspicions of her own husband’s infidelity onto Buzzy, will the couple’s formerly trusting and insulated life be able to withstand the dysfunctions of their respective siblings When you get married, you’re not just getting a husband or wife-you get the family, the friends, even the exes. Buzzy and Katy are newlyweds. Katy’s meddlesome sister Marcia has been married to Buzzy’s friend Max for 18 years. As Marcia and Max’s marriage is crumbling under the weight of life together as empty-nesters, Buzzy and Katy’s honeymoon period is upended when Buzzy’s wild-child baby sister shows up at the couple’s TriBeCa apartment with more than a little baggage.Edward Burns wrote, directed and stars in the upcoming film Newlyweds. He plays Buzzy who recently married his wife Katie (Caitlin FitzGerald) and who both live a seemingly conflict-free life. Of course, that all changes when Buzzy’s sister Linda (Kerry Bishe) shows up expecting to stay for an indefinite period of time. It turns out that Linda’s damage and impulsiveness upset Katie. At the same time, Katie’s sister Marsha begins to suspect that her husband is cheating and pushes those thoughts on to Buzzy.
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Newlyweds is the 10th film written and directed by Burns. Shot in a fast paced 12 days exclusively in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood, the film is a chronicle of modern marriage complete with the crackling humor and sharp insights into contemporary relationships that Burns fans have come to love. The film tracks a newly wedded couple whose honeymoon period is upended by the arrival of the husband’s wild-child baby sister and the crumbling marriage of the wife’s meddlesome sister. A 21st Century Manhattan love story, Newlyweds highlights the unarguable truth that when you get married, you’re not just getting a husband or wife, you’re getting the family, the friends, and even the exes.
The cast includes Burns, Caitlin FitzGerald (It’s Complicated), Max Baker, Marsha Dietlein Bennett and Kerry Bishé (Nice Guy Johnny, Scrubs). Burns produced Newlyweds with producing partner Aaron Lubin and William Rexer. Mike Harrop served as executive producer.I have enjoyed a great relationship with the Tribeca Film Festival since its inception and I am so thrilled to be collaborating with them to bring Newlyweds to a broad commercial audience,” said Burns. “The unique, multi-platform release of Nice Guy Johnny broke new ground last year and brought my work to audiences who have traditionally had trouble accessing independent films theatrically. I am extremely confident that we will really build on that success now that we have Tribeca Film onboard for Newlyweds.”
“Newlyweds shows how authentic filmmaking can spring from intentionally modest circumstances. Made on a remarkably small budget, it is a rich and resonant exploration of relationships brought to life by vivid location work and lively, intelligent performances,” said Geoffrey Gilmore, Chief Creative Officer of Tribeca Enterprises. “We look forward to presenting Newlyweds to North American audiences.”The deal was negotiated by Nick Savva, Director of Acquisitions, and Nancy Schafer, SVP, for Tribeca Film with Burns and Lubin along with Cinetic Media’s John Sloss.Newlyweds walks along a well-traveled path blazed previously by Woody Allen, but its story is made crisp and new by some very intimate performances,” noted Movieline. Bishe and Fitzgerald “excel at playing simmering resentment on screen,” raved Elle magazine.Commercials for New York electronics chain B&H end with the catchy slogan, “You go to B&H!” Clearly, Burns agrees. “We shot this film on this new camera called the Canon 5D, which is a $3000 camera you can buy at B&H. Which is where we bought it. It was like, ‘Well, let’s see what this thing can do.’ We heard great things about it.”
The small camera allowed Burns to shoot in a style that most major directors might not be accustomed to. “We used almost no lights when shooting the film. When we went and we shot at [local restaurants] Walker’s or Ivy’s Bistro or Estancia or any of the locations here in Tribeca — you know I lived here for 11 years, I know everyone who owns the shops and restaurants. So I said, ‘Do you think we could book a table on Saturday night, we’re going to be in a corner, you won’t know we’re there. We don’t have a boom,’ — because the actors wore just a wireless mic. ‘We have this tiny camera, no lights.’ We went in — and who knows, maybe some of you were sitting at the table next to us and saw us making this movie. That’s kind of how we did it.The thing that was incredible about [making Newlyweds] was — given that it was a pseudo-doc, we discovered after about two days of shooting that we were capturing these very real, natural performances. And that’s where — all these actors wore their owns clothes, no hair person, no make-up person, no script supervisor, no production designer; every location was just an existing location, we went right into it. But in shooting in these live environments, we started to see: these are real performances and kind of uncomfortable, and you feel like you’re eavesdropping. So, that was kind of how it came to be.”That independence of Newlyweds allowed Burns to both experiment and collaborate. “We made it in 12 shooting days; I know that sounds like a crazy way to make a movie, but it was liberating for all of us. We could come up with an idea for a scene — and because there was no giant crew and we’re lighting it — we could just improvise a scene, shoot it; we would cut it, look at it, decide whether or not we liked it, or what we liked about it, and then I would re-write a version of that scene, and then we would just shoot it again a week later. I’m lucky I had actors who were completely down with this program.