“We don’t want you to feel like a prisoner here we want you to feel better. And it’s our belief that rules help you to do that.” The new anthology series ‘Fabled’ reimagines classic fairy tales in different realities, tackling stories about age, race, sexuality, gender, and relationships in the context of today’s sociopolitical climate.
“Some are finding their way I’m trying to find my way back.” “It says here that you spend time in another world, let’s talk about that.” The characters, Allie and Dee, are described as “creative young women that blaze their own trails and stray away from societal norms. They crave adventure and dream bigger than what the world tells them is acceptable. After meeting at an extensive behavioral therapy center, they find solace and fortitude in one another.
“You have to be here for 30 days a lot can happen in 30 days.” The bond of the two main characters illustrates the strength of friendship and the power that women can harness when they come together.
Written and executive-produced by Evan Jonigkeit and Zosia Mamet, the latter of whom also stars alongside Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Norbert Leo-Butz, and Paul Wesley the first episode of ‘Fabled’ will premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.
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