FILM CREW COMES TO SEA CLIFF TO SHOOT SCENES FOR ROMANTIC COMEDY
October 9 -- If you happened to be near the Sea Cliff Library on Tuesday afternoon, you may one day find a glimpse of yourself on the Silver Screen as part of the backdrop to the romantic comedy "Hard Sell." The independent film's director and writer Sean Nalaboff was in town on Tuesday, with a crew and the the two leading actors, shooting scenes in front of Musu Sushi Restaruant at the corner of Sea Cliff and Roslyn Avenues. "Hard Sell" is a fish out of water tale in which Hardy Buchanan, a student on scholarship at a Long Island prep school, becomes friends with an ex-stripper running away from her past. The two develop a business arrangment that allows Hardy to earn money off of his blue blood classmates to pay for an operation for his beloved dog. The crew will be in the area for the next few days filming in Glen Cove and Locust Valley.