June 15 2024

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Visitor’s Hell Of A View

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine‘s Nana Visitor will be seen soon in a new dram.

The movie, Hell of a View, is set in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

In Hell of a View, “after the destruction of his family’s well established Atlantic City restaurant in Hurricane Sandy, Sam Rama (Hunter Parrish) must grow up quickly, taking the biggest risks of his life both in business and love. When Sam comes to the aid of a wealthy patron, Tom Blake (Tim Daly), and falls for the newly separated Sarah Bell (Ashley Hinshaw), a chain of unexpected events unfolds for all of them, as they discover the only way to achieve their dreams may be to acknowledge what they owe to others, and realize that the greatest investments take more than cash.”

Visitor will be playing Eva Rama in the drama.

The story hit home personally for Visitor, who was in lower Manhattan when the storm struck. “I saw the Harbor and the East River smash together in the streets underneath my window,” she said. “Funnily enough, as my husband and I crept out of our building to survey the damage the next morning, a woman asked me to tell her my experience of the previous night. After she thanked me is when my myopic eyes saw the ‘AP’ (as in Associated Press) on her jacket. People from literally all over the world called me in the next few days to tell me they’d seen me on their news station. Why didn’t I wear makeup!”

When a release date for Hell of A View is announced, TrekToday will update this article.

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7 thoughts on “Visitor’s Hell Of A View

  1. No, thanks. She was the worst actor on DS9, and I make it a point not to watch anything with her in it if I can avoid it.

  2. Ridiculous; Visitor was one of the very best actors on DS9 and she made Kira Nerys arguably the most fully realized character on the show. Even as so much was being made at the time about the “strong women” headlining VGR, DS9 was quietly and brilliantly bringing us female characters of real strength and dimension.

  3. The gave her the famous “cat suit” towards the end. And I remember a couple of episodes, she had a big ass.

  4. I couldn’t stand Kira for about the first season and a half. Then at some point she started growing on me and by season four she was my favorite. I believe it was because of Ms. Visitor’s talent that this happened. There’s nothing more fun than watching a pissed-off Kira, except for maybe a Kira who’s just had to rethink everything she ever believed.

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