Much to the delight of his kinky girlfriend, a counter-terrorism agent abuses his authority by spying on single women just for fun. A young woman looking for love online and a lecherous married salesman get entangled in their games.
Break a heart in seven languages...
Meredith McKown ... Julia Carter
Amber Rack ... Lillian Best
Gary Crawford ... Frank Armstrong
Bradley McDevitt ... Dave McGill
Ellen Dessler ... Jane McGill
Orla McGovern ... Montre sur le Rhin
Paul Yoo ... Agent Ja geun Yeou
Philipp Aurand ... Renard Petits
Marsee Skidmore ... Agent Dot Parker
Marcel Davis ... Agent Dash Hammett
Eric's heartfelt reaction to a vision of a beautiful actress leaves Sara hurt and angry. She searches for that same passion in the face of a younger stranger she met in a bar, as the actress longs for a real connection in her own life. A story about love and longing, inspired by the moment in Romeo and Juliet where Romeo recognizes his love for Juliet.
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A beautiful Japanese translator, a world-weary vehicle emissions technician, and a closeted politician awake profoundly changed by the work of a brilliant scientist who has invented a seemingly perfect solution to climate change.
Premiered at Bumbershoot 2009 and has played at several festivals in the US, Canada, and Europe.
Accolade Award of Merit 2010, 2nd place award at the 2011 ReelHeART International Film Festival in Toronto
Online dating collides with unwarranted government surveillance - agent Frank Armstrong and his kinky girlfriend Lillian get off on spying on single women. Unfortunately, the whole world is watching.
Starring Meredith McKown, Amber Rack, Gary Crawford and Bradley McDevitt. Featuring Ellen Dessler, Marcel Davis, Marsee Skidmore, Mikano Fukaya, Natalie Lerch, Rodrigo DeMedeiros, Jaime Carufel, Evelyna Castro and Paul Yoo, who also was director of photography. Written and directed by Tom McIntire.