A young man and woman meet by chance in an airport while waiting for a delayed flight. When the plane is rerouted, they decide to make the best of it, and over the course of one night, ... See full summary »
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Christopher J. Hansen
Cora Vander Broek,
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Nicole Bernard II,
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Smart, endearing, and technically innovative: Hank and Asha is a must see film. Set in Prague and New York City, Hank and Asha is a long-distance love story that will engage you, and move you. From its sophisticated storyline, to its pioneering "two-camera" shoot during which neither of the principals--Hank (Andrew Pastides) nor Asha (Mahira Kakkar)--ever were in the same location together, Hank and Asha is a stunning piece of work. One would never know that this film is James E. Duff's and Julia Morrison's rookie outing. We eagerly await their next project, even if such a sophomore project has a lot to live up to. Bravo!
Jim Foster & Mindy Soules
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