Locked doors, and the monster inside us. In L.A., tightly-wound Julian Wright is separated. He meets Michael, she's seductive and uninhibited; by chance, a few days later they connect. The PR firm where he's creative director is competing to be bought by a household name (think Proctor & Gamble); winning will bring money, status, and a big ad budget. His firm's win depends on both his ideas and his maintaining traditional values; so, he puts his divorce on hold. His family adds problems: childhood memories and his sister's abusive husband threaten his balance. His fuse is short. Will self control hold obsession and fury in check, or is Michael the spark that will start a conflagration?
Did You Know?
In the cemetery scene there is a grave marker with the name Makaveli and the dates 1971-1996 on it. This is a tribute to Director/Writer Jada Pinkett Smith
's close friend and rapper/actor Tupac Shakur
whom she knew since they were young adults. See more
When Michael and Julian are talking about Christmas, Michael changes position with the two different camera angles. One camera she's on her back while the other camera she's on her side with her hand under her chin. See more
I have never believed I deserve to be loved. But now I see that everything I've ever wanted has always been right in front of me. I've been the only thing standing in my way. But no more. No more.
The Richest Man in Babylon
Written by Rob Garza
and Eric Hilton
Performed by Thievery Corporation See more