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BobbyAnna by Jackson Kroopf

BobbyAnna by Jackson Kroopf

A love story between 2 young women gets interrupted when one of them loses her home. Her life is upended at 9:25…

Bobby is a street musician and singer who makes a romantic connection with Anna. But when Bobby unexpectedly becomes homeless, her change in circumstances has ripple effects in the burgeoning relationship.

Directed Jackson Kroopf has crafted an intimate, lyrical short relationship drama exploring love, gender expression and social privilege.

Well-written and directed with beautiful, sensitive precision, the film is anchored by two captivating lead performances by Legacy Bailey and Juliana A. Morgan, who capture the delicate dynamic between social standing and inner emotion.

The result is a markedly intimate, emotionally open film that explores what it means to be genuinely vulnerable, and to let someone in past the armor we take up to protect ourselves from judgment.




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