According to Hindu mythology, we are living in the Kali Yug (“Age of Kali”), a time of decadence, desire and deterioration…
A young, recently married Los Angeles couple–Tom and Ellie–are certainly on their way to affluence. They are sophisticates, whose lives turn upside down when they meet Sabrina, a teenager of questionable age with radical pretensions and a dangerous, flirtatious nature. She becomes a force of destruction, creation, and exploration for the couple, caught in a bizarre midlife crisis.
A psychologically erotic triangle–a downward spiral of obsession and compulsion–a dangerous journey of self-discovery.
Written by LA’s quintessential playwright, John Steppling (screenwriter of Steve Bushemi’s “Animal Factory”), shot by Eric Steelberg (“Juno”, “Up in the Air” and Sundance 2006 Grand Jury and Audience Award Winner “Quinceanera”) and directed by Canadian director Rafal Zielinski (whose “Ginger Ale Afternoon” and “Fun” both premiered at Sundance in the Dramatic Competition), the film stars Taylor Nichols, a veteran of Wilt Stillman’s films (“Metropolitan”, “Barcelona”, “Last Days of Disco”), Sarah Zoe Canner who stars in Agnieszka Holland’s latest film “Prawdziwa Historia Janosika i Uhorcika“ and Whitney Able ("Monsters", All the Boys Love Mandy Lane") as Sabrina.