Spencer Morgan just graduated college in Colorado and is about to open a store in California with a couple of his friends. Spencer has been unlucky in love and is sick of all the games that...
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Spencer Morgan just graduated college in Colorado and is about to open a store in California with a couple of his friends. Spencer has been unlucky in love and is sick of all the games that surround it. His best friend Jason is in a relationship that is rapidly nearing an end. Soon they'll be able to open the shop and forget about all their troubles. Sarah Crawford is a young woman with a hidden secret and Spencer falls for her. Sarah will try her best to keep her secret but when it's revealed, will their relationship be the same? Can it be? Friendships, relationships, and love will be put to the test.Written by
During the party, in the reflection of the window, you can just barely make out two crew members at the top of the stairs watching the scene. See more »
Well, love was never meant to be easy. Whether in finding it or keeping it.
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Independent in its pure raw form.
Anyone who goes into an independent film expecting a New Line Production will ultimately be let down. A TRUE independent film works with the scraps they can afford and does the best with what's available. Reality of Life may not have had the best sound equipment and their lighting was a touch weak in spots. Sure the leads had weak scenes, it happens. In reality (no pun intended), this film isn't perfect, in fact it's far from. However, it's the story and the characters that make this movie good, not great, good. For those of you who are willing to simply shove it aside and give it a '1' rating, I urge you to watch again, and pay attention to it, I promise you'll reconsider and raise that rating up a few digits.
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