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Simone, a cynical, young Parisian on her way to Singapore to get married, is forced to spend the night in Los Angeles when her connecting flight is canceled. After contacting Juliette, an old friend with marital issues, the two head out for a night of fun with some of Juliette's friends. When Juliette leaves the club with a stranger, Simone finds herself alone, downtown with no ride. The arrival of a handsome and mysterious motorcyclist changes everything. With his help, Simone navigates her way through the Los Angeles night-life of after-parties, beautiful people and endless lights. Over the course of her adventure, Simone begins to question whether or not the life she is leading is the one she actually wants. Will she make her connection?Written by
This film worthy of consideration as a true 'work of art'. Meticulously shot, clean, modern and minimal, yet timeless and rich in depth. Layover has a soft, balanced flow that encourages watchers to take a deeper view into their own lives - the now and the tomorrow - without criticism and without prejudice - through a different set of eyes. The actors performances were likened to handwritten, unpretentious pages from someone's personal journal and discovering a brief moment of clarity about ourselves."
One of the most amazing aspects about this film is that is what created with such a small budget. This is an incredible feat and should inspire other filmmakers who do not have the resources once thought necessary, to create their own films.
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