Web series gives Bronx perspective to the quarter-life crisis

A popular web series is giving a Bronx perspective on getting past the "quarter-life crisis." Independent filmmaker and Bronx native Kaia Bejamin-Born, along with her partner Eric Dickens, created "Second

News 12 Staff

Jan 23, 2012, 3:15 PM

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Web series gives Bronx perspective to the quarter-life crisis
A popular web series is giving a Bronx perspective on getting past the "quarter-life crisis."
Independent filmmaker and Bronx native Kaia Bejamin-Born, along with her partner Eric Dickens, created "Second Quarter," which features young professionals in their 20s trying to make it in New York City.
The webisodes are released monthly on YouTube and started as a pilot for a TV series, but has transformed into a form of entertainment for viewers right from their own computer.
The pair say that what you see on screen is very similar to their own struggles. They are now working to develop a second part to the series.


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