Official Selection & Winner of 'Best Actress Award at Vasteras FilmFestival, Sweden.
Nominated for "Best Director" - "Best Actress" - "Best Screenplay" and "Best Cinematography" at Vasteras Film Festival, Sweden.
The gripping story of a confused, lost young Hollywood starlet who finds redemption by reconnecting with her long-estranged playwright father ... and Shakespeare.
Sophie, an established Hollywood actress, takes a break from acting as she tries to figure out her next steps. Newspaper headlines and rumors about her disappearance begin to circulate, and just when she thought she could hide from the life she tried to escape, the most unexpected person appears at her door: her long-estranged father. Eccentric and mysterious, he soon reveals that he’s there for more than just a short visit.
Although they haven't had contact in years, he pleads with her to join him in reinterpreting his own film version of Shakespeare’s King Lear, with him as her costar. The backdrop of emotional dissonance threatening to spill over, the characters often hover unclearly between their deepest selves and their Shakespearean counterparts.
Becoming dangerously lost in their quest to explore their characters, Sophie and her father fall victim to the realities of their own broken relationship, and the painful task of working to understand one another. I Did Her Wrong invites the audience into a world haunted by the unknown and fraught with the chaos and raw emotion of the past that so often bring life to great works of art. Presented in segments yet transitioning poetically, artistic exploration overlaps with timeless questions about family, love, and loss. Inviting the audience to sit face- to-face with the characters, I Did Her Wrong retells a classic story from a deeply intimate vantage point.
Drama - 85 Mins
DCP 2K Color
Country of Origin: USA
Produced by Magen Entertainment, LLC and The Schiff Group, LLC
Director: Francisco Campos-Lopez
Producer: David A. Schiff
Executive Producer: Kyoko Ruch
Screenplay: Francisco Campos-Lopez and Alexander Barnett Cinematography: Greg Hess
Music: Alberto Shwartz