The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt stars Ellen Page and Kimmi Kappenberg

Seolena Miller has made her directorial debut with her second feature film, Unbreakables, which opens in theaters on Friday, January 25.

The film is about a mother (Page) who, after a car accident leaves her paralyzed, goes back to her hometown to find out what happened.

It’s an interesting take on a family tragedy and the struggles of navigating the challenges of living and working in a post-cyber-attacks world.

Page and Kappenburg were both featured on Unbreakabilities, and the pair is currently filming a sequel.

The two are also producing a new TV show, with the pair also executive producing the film with Kappen.

Page is currently on the set of the new season of Netflix’s Unbreakably Fortunate, and is set to star opposite Matt Bomer.

The series premieres on Friday at 9 p.m.

ET/PT on Netflix.

Miller, who is also producing the Unbreakablues TV show alongside her husband, Matt Borman, and director James Wan, is best known for her work on the NBC hit Parks and Recreation, where she played a young woman who had her life turned upside down.

She also starred in the indie comedy The Bachelorette, as well as in the ABC series Good Luck Chuck, which ran for eight seasons.

She recently starred in a TV movie, The Queen of Sheba, which premiered on Netflix this fall.

Miller said in a statement, “I was very excited to work with Seolana Miller.

She is one of the brightest talents in the field of filmmaking and I am incredibly grateful to her for her time and effort.”

She added that she had a very fun, challenging and collaborative process with Seola, which is one I will always remember.

“I am thrilled that we have this opportunity to make Unbreakability and the story of this woman,” she said.