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Exclusive: Annabelle Dexter-Jones' New Movie (And Starlet Style)

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    When photographer Julian Ungano's mother died suddenly, he left New York to return home to his native Vermont. It was there, in greeting all of the shadows and familiar faces of the past, that he began constructing the narrative for his new film And After All. His Kickstarter-funded project indeed follows this relatable story. As a young, hip Manhattanite, Charlotte (played by actress-on-the-rise, Annabelle Dexter Jones) returns home to Vermont after learning of her mother's death on the eve of a big art opening with frenemy Byrdie Bell. The rest, as they say, is history.

    The film begins production in the next few weeks, filming on-location in both the Big Apple and Ungano's hometown. Luckily, we got a sneak-peek of some of Annabelle Dexter Jones' — or should we say Charlotte's — on-screen looks. From her polished city slicker ensembles to the laid back outfit she sports in the country, all of these "costumes" would be more than at home in ADJ's IRL closet, too... or ours, for that matter.

    Click through for an exclusive look at some of the looks you'll see on screen and join the hype for the new flick, "And After All" before it really blows up.

    Photographed by Julian Ungano and Tommy Agriodimas

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