Orange Is the New Black | Piper Chapman played by Taylor Schilling

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Orange Is the New Black | Piper Chapman played by Taylor Schilling

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"The Overnight": When a young, married couple relocates from L.A. to Seattle, making friends isn’t as easy as they’d like. Still, when a dinner invite leads to a night that’s not quite what the expected, things get more than a little uncomfortable. Pictured: Adam Scott (Alex) and Taylor Schilling (Emily) in a scene from THE OVERNIGHT. Photograph by John Guleserian

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"The Overnight": When a young, married couple relocates from L.A. to Seattle, making friends isn’t as easy as they’d like. Still, when a dinner invite leads to a night that’s not quite what the expected, things get more than a little uncomfortable. Pictured: Adam Scott (Alex) and Taylor Schilling (Emily) in a scene from THE OVERNIGHT. Photograph by John Guleserian

"The Overnight", Written and directed by Patrick Brice.  Taylor Schilling shed her orange jumpsuit and Adam Scott abandoned Pawnee to play married parents who move to Los Angeles and befriend another couple at the neighborhood park. While their kids have a playdate, the four young parents share a bit more about one another than they'd expected. Jason Schwartzman and Judith Godrèche are on hand as the other couple in what sounds like a cousin to "Carnage."

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"The Overnight", Written and directed by Patrick Brice. Taylor Schilling shed her orange jumpsuit and Adam Scott abandoned Pawnee to play married parents who move to Los Angeles and befriend another couple at the neighborhood park. While their kids have a playdate, the four young parents share a bit more about one another than they'd expected. Jason Schwartzman and Judith Godrèche are on hand as the other couple in what sounds like a cousin to "Carnage."

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