"You Don't Say" is the sixth feature film from Robert Alaniz, a local producer, director, and writer, according to the "You Don't Say" Facebook page. While Alaniz’s most recent film is a comedy like his last film, “D*I*N*K (Double Income, No Kids),” the newest endeavor is sprinkled with political incorrectness throughout.
The online synopsis of the film says:
A successful career woman gets caught up in a comedic whirlwind of events, when a mystical necklace given to her as a gift from her boyfriend may be causing her to uncontrollably speak her mind in the politically-correct world of corporate business.
“You Don’t Say” by the Frankfort, Illinois filmmaker features actors Gary Gow and Julia Chereson in the leading roles as Jerry and Bobbi.
Another actor in the film is Larry Thomas who is best known as “The Soup Nazi” on the forever-popular “Seinfeld” television program. In this movie, Thomas plays the head of a business of which lead character Bobbi is remotely involved.
Alaniz is the recipient of the 2011 Illinois International Film Festival’s “Auteur Award” and his film “D*I*N*K” won the Best Feature Film at the Route 66 Film Festival last year.
The first screening of “You Don’t Say” was held at the Marcus Theater in south suburban Orland Park on March 7, and the Chicago premier will be at the Patio Theater, located at 6008 West Irving Park Road on the city's northwest side, on April 6.
“You Don’t Say” is a SOLE production.