“Can a Song Save Your Life” Filming on Ludlow Today

Posted on: August 6th, 2012 at 10:23 am by
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Can a song save your life? Hard to say for sure, but the movie of same isn’t helping.

For the umpteenth time in the last month, Can a Song Save Your Life is returning to the Lower East Side for more action. Signs spotted along the north and south sides of Houston, and down Ludlow Street, set the expectations for the rest of today. Keep your eyes peeled for Keira Knightley, Adam Levine, and Mark Ruffalo.

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Sara D. Roosevelt Park, July 6

As we’ve said before, don’t let “Untitled Carney Project” confuse you, as it’s the deliberate d/b/a for the movie (John Carney is the director). The plot centers on an aspiring singer-songwriter (Knightley) who moves to the city with fellow musician and boyfriend (Levine). Their breakup shortly thereafter sets the stage.

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