Strange as Angels tells the story of Marilyn Ross, a beautiful painter in Chicago who decides to leave her mundane life behind and search for inner happiness until she meets Rodney Porter, a recently divorced journalist and the two begin an intense romance. Marilyn's is a story about the complicated notion of female independence in a post-feminist era; she feels the pull of romance, sex and longing but fears that succumbing to her desire may wrench her individuality away. Marilyn's is a soul-searching journey that explores the question of whether it is better to seek happiness within oneself or rely on love for all of life's answers.
Neon Beach Press
Most strangers that we meet we never think about again
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for sexuality and language