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A young girl’s traumatic past causes her to close her heart to love however things get complicated when she clashes with an unfamiliar stranger who challenges her to “play him”
GEN Z REVIEWS
"The movie made me feel sad about her mom and about how she kept on having the nightmares but at the end I felt better."
"it inspired me to know that even though others may hurt you there are still others that want to love you."
"It made me more aware of human trafficking and there are people who have escaped and are very sad. Always be nice to everybody because you never know what they are going through."
"the movie made me feel that there’s people that have trust issues, and take revenge on innocent people."
"U know sometimes life is rough but you shouldn’t live only on that mistake or rough part of your life"
Click to read, listen and watch some recent TV, radio and news articles on "No Strings"
Good Morning Texas: 23-year-old filmmaker, Rebecca Ugo, inspires and empowers through storytelling
D-Magazine: Rebecca Ugo, 23, will launch her micro-budget drama No Strings with a red-carpet premiere on Friday in The Colony.
Interview: Rebecca Ugo, writer/director, "No Strings"
Dallas Morning News: Racheal Ihim stars in Rebecca Ugo’s romantic drama, ‘No Strings,’ which is playing this weekend at theaters in Austin and North Texas.
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