'Reel Life' Story From Melrose : News Photo

'Reel Life' Story From Melrose

MELROSE, MA - OCTOBER 23: Left to right, Curtis Lanciani, Rob Azevedo and his brother Michael Azevedo all at a television studio. Two Melrose High School graduates and also brothers, have had their film, 'Overdrawn', selected into the 2012 Somewhate North of Boston Film Festival, Nov. 8-11 in Concord, NH. Rob Azevedo wrote and produced the film. His brother, Mike, directed it. A third friend, Curtis Lanciani, also of Melrose, plays the main character. The film, a comedic drama, deals with the fallout of the 2008 financial meltdown, focusing on three individuals who fall prey to the allure of easy credit, getting greedy during the boom years, for a bigger slice of the American Dream, thinking the bubble will never burst. This is Rob's third film entered in the fest. Portions of it were shot in Melrose. Last year's entry, 'Muddy', won 'Best of Fest' and 'Best Short Comedy'. (Photo by David L Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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MELROSE, MA - OCTOBER 23: Left to right, Curtis Lanciani, Rob Azevedo and his brother Michael Azevedo all at a television studio. Two Melrose High School graduates and also brothers, have had their film, 'Overdrawn', selected into the 2012 Somewhate North of Boston Film Festival, Nov. 8-11 in Concord, NH. Rob Azevedo wrote and produced the film. His brother, Mike, directed it. A third friend, Curtis Lanciani, also of Melrose, plays the main character. The film, a comedic drama, deals with the fallout of the 2008 financial meltdown, focusing on three individuals who fall prey to the allure of easy credit, getting greedy during the boom years, for a bigger slice of the American Dream, thinking the bubble will never burst. This is Rob's third film entered in the fest. Portions of it were shot in Melrose. Last year's entry, 'Muddy', won 'Best of Fest' and 'Best Short Comedy'. (Photo by David L Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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Left to right Curtis Lanciani Rob Azevedo and his brother Michael... News Photo 156692030Arts Culture and Entertainment,Brother,Horizontal,MA,Males,Melrose,Right,Television Studio,USAPhotographer Collection: Boston Globe 2012 - The Boston GlobeMELROSE, MA - OCTOBER 23: Left to right, Curtis Lanciani, Rob Azevedo and his brother Michael Azevedo all at a television studio. Two Melrose High School graduates and also brothers, have had their film, 'Overdrawn', selected into the 2012 Somewhate North of Boston Film Festival, Nov. 8-11 in Concord, NH. Rob Azevedo wrote and produced the film. His brother, Mike, directed it. A third friend, Curtis Lanciani, also of Melrose, plays the main character. The film, a comedic drama, deals with the fallout of the 2008 financial meltdown, focusing on three individuals who fall prey to the allure of easy credit, getting greedy during the boom years, for a bigger slice of the American Dream, thinking the bubble will never burst. This is Rob's third film entered in the fest. Portions of it were shot in Melrose. Last year's entry, 'Muddy', won 'Best of Fest' and 'Best Short Comedy'. (Photo by David L Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)