Trailer released for Tyler Christopher's dark comedy 'Pretty Broken' image

Leading role in indie film features southern charm and one-liners.

Updated May 26: Soaps.com is excited to share the first trailer for Tyler Christopher's new project where family is life, family is us and family is forever.

Back on September 13, 2016, the official Instagram account for the film "Pretty Broken" posted a first look at Tyler Christopher on set, in character and running a scene for the movie. Check out the picture right here on Soaps.com.

Soaps.com reported on September 2, 2016 that "General Hospital's" Tyler Christopher (Port Charles' Nikolas Cassadine) has joined the coming of age indie film "Pretty Broken." Christopher will play Jerry Carlyle, a former kids cable access TV show star, and now a self-proclaimed role model for his used car sales team, who uses his southern charm and one-liners to win over the ladies. Christopher recently wrapped filming on another film, The New Wife.

"Pretty Broken" follows the story of Lindsey Lou (Jillian Clare, childhood Abigail Deveraux on Days of our Lives), an unemployed, college drop-out on the verge of divorce who finds herself couch surfing at her childhood home while her family grieves the death of her father. As the family tries to put the past behind them, Lindsey fights to keep his memory alive before her mother (Paula Trickey) replaces him with a younger man, Christopher's Jerry Carlyle.

The film is directed by Brett Eichenberger, from an award winning script penned by Jill Remensynder and is produced by Leonian Pictures and Resonance Productions. Soaps.com will update you on the project as a release date draws near. Until then watch a teaser for the film right here.

#BTS shot of @jillianclare & @tylerchristopher2929 today on set! #PrettyBrokenFilm #indiefilm #filmmaking

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Pretty Broken Teaser from RESONANCE on Vimeo.

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