Having no commitments and never being vulnerable, Veronica enjoys being a mistress. She comes to realize her best friend holds the key to her heart and is the only one capable of extracting her emotions.
Saul Schwartz, a married successful businessman, is bored with his life and decides he has had enough. So he gets a divorce, quits his job, and goes off to pursue his dream, in Hollywood to... See full summary »
Shawn Stone arrives home with a donut-sized spare tire on his car because the picture car suffered a blowout as it pulled up to set to shoot that scene. Since the scene takes place while the character is having the worse day in both his personal and professional life, director Shane Stanley used the misfortune to their advantage and added it as a story point. See more »
What can I say?! I feel sorry for Sean Young having to take a paycheck on this stinker. High school drama class acting, no budget, another home movie shot with one camera by untalented people with the right Hollywood connections to get this stink pile even made and released. They will seriously release ANYTHING that doesn't cost money to make. I hope the people that invested the $200 to make this are forced to watch it over and over. Just like The Gallows. Anything that they can try an turn a profit on regardless of quality. Now that cameras are cheap and everywhere, every little high school kid wants to make a home movie and have it released. What's worse is the studios fall for it. Avoid at ALL COST
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