The series, created by Ingrid Jungermann and Desiree Akhavan is a spoof on queer life in the Slope, and life in Brooklyn in general. The show has garnered praise from publications like Slate, the Huffington Post and the Guardian, as well as thousands of dollars in donations from loyal fans.
“It’s sort of a gay ‘Annie Hall,’ ” Akhavan told the Paper of the film, which will track the rise and fall of a romantic relationship, as well as poke fun at the borough’s idiosyncrasies.
According to the article, the directors will use Grand Army Plaza, , and as backdrops for the film, which will start shooting in the spring with a $20,000 budget.
“It’s an ode to Brooklyn,” Akhavan told the Paper.
Incidentally, a real estate blog recently found that Park Slope was in New York.