The film unites viewers with Anne, a Russian-American girl who lives in the big city much like contemporary Los Angeles, in a disillusioned relationship with a good-for-nothing guy named Dylan. He only cares for her looks and parties more than her intellect or interests. Interests that include studying Byzantine imperial history at a local coffee shop, with an ultimate and unfulfilled dream of being rescued by a Byzantine knight from her captor, though she is never able to see how it will conclude. Such is Anne's dire situation when she unexpectedly meets David, an Asian-American guy, with interests seemingly different from hers, but someone who soon encounters Dylan and eventually writes an end to her dream. So, the story goes. Written by
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I liked this movie. The film's story is somewhat obscure for the average viewing public but Russ and Emile deserve great credit for bring the story to life in an admirable first movie. The story line is well developed and I felt the actors did a good job of developing the obscure storyline into an understandable and entertaining short. The real charm of this project is the quality of the directing and cinematography. The shots are done professionally and the editing gave a good pace to the project. The movie is superbly complemented by an outstanding musical score by Neil Argo and an excellent performance by the the musicians. I look forward to the next project by Russ.
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