A young phone sex operator named Al's career takes a strange turn as her more unpleasant clients begin dying under mysterious circumstances after speaking with her. Al is left with sudden, ... See full summary »
Nicole Witte Solomon
Anna is a middle-aged actress looking for work in New York City, with the help of her sometime lover, Daniel. She used to be a Czech film star married to the director Tonda, who is now ... See full summary »
For 50 years, Michael and Betty have been united by one guiding principle: no secrets. But when a provocative Tom of Finland doll triggers Michael's long-buried desires, Betty discovers that secrets have been part of their life all along.
In Manhattan, film-maker Erik bonds with closeted lawyer Paul after a fling. As their relationship becomes one fueled by highs, lows, and dysfunctional patterns, Erik struggles to negotiate his own boundaries while being true to himself.
A reclusive, elderly widow, Anna Marshall (Viola Harris), lives in quiet desperation until she begins receiving daily calls from a silent stranger. An odd and mysterious friendship evolves between the two, as Anna begins to share her life experiences with startling honesty. Empty days are given new hope, but when the calls abruptly end, a devastated Anna is compelled to surprising action to fill the unbearable void. Written by
Had its World Premier at the 2010 Palm Springs International Film Festival on June 27, 2010 where it was chosen as Best of the Fest. See more »
Hi Julie. How nice of you to come.
Hi, Mrs. Marshall. Just thought I'd stop by and see how you're doing. May I come in?
Of course, sweetheart.
I want to stop by because I haven't seen you since Mr. Marshall... and anyway, so I thought I'd make you this carrot cake last night, and it was so funny, because my kids kept trying to eat it, so I think it's probably pretty good.
That's really sweet of you. You didn't have to.
Please, sit down.
I've just made a fresh pot of tea. ...
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Rarely we see script, acting and directing all go hand in hand and this short film is a perfect example. Kudos to Viola Harris for the brilliant portrayal as Anna. This film clearly shows how the society sees and treats the older people. Smiled at many parts and got teary at the end. Made me think about the elderly and their feelings. Eager to read the short story now.
Cinematography and music supports the story than overpowering it. Great film. A very touching story. The team should be proud. I recommend you see it! What is your next film Alves?
My rating: 10/10
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