Travis, a young struggling musician, crosses paths with Ellen, an older married yoga teacher who is trying to adopt a child with her husband. Travis and Ellen begin an affair that slowly deepens into something more intimate and profound. As their encounters continue, Ellen is confronted with her failing marriage while Travis must face the consequences of his actions.
I had the privilege of seeing this film at the LA Film Festival. I was struck by how authentic the performances are and how much chemistry was shared between Travis (Matt McGorry) and Ellen (Amy Hargreaves). The story unfolds beautifully due to the strong direction from Marc Meyers and skillful editing from Jamie Kirkpatrick. The cinematography from Ruben O'Malley is intimate and invites us into how the two leads fall in love. I sincerely hope that this film gets picked up. I think it would resonate with many of us who are trying to find our way in the world and who believe we lack that one element in our lives that would make us whole.
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