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by Emily Carmichael
January 30th, 2011

Me: Wow, people really love wearing those buttons for your movie.

Madeleine Olnek, writer and director of Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same: The driver has one too! Take a picture of the driver!

Me: This is a lesson–my feature should have a name that people really want to get behind.

Madeleine: What’s it called now?

Me: Futuristic Brooklyn?

Madeleine: I think you mean Brooklyn Without Panties.

Me: Yes. Yes I think you’re right.

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  1. [...] Madeline Olnek, director of Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same, a delightfully campy send-up of 50’s Sci-Fi. The film follows the adventures of love-sick lesbian space aliens on the planet Earth, and as you can imagine, it’s expensive to bring all those lesbian aliens all the way from outer space to New York City, especially since the hotels will be jam-packed with sapphic extraterrestrials in town for the gay pride parade. [...]

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