March 15, 2013 (LA)
Studio: House Lights Media
Director: Rocky Powell
Screenwriter: Juddy Talt
Starring: Juddy Talt, Kate French, Julie White, Ethan Cohen, Lara Pulver, Luke Coffee, Kelley Johnson, Jonah Hall, Oscar Nunez, Lydia Mac Kay, Steve Anderson, Nikki Donley, Michael Aills, Matthew Posey
Genre: Comedy, Romance
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Plot Summary: A fresh romantic comedy about love's inherent possessiveness, and the realization that it's not how you love, but who you love. With a cast of recognizable and up and coming actors, it's a charming, engaging story about love, hate, and everything in between.
This is the story of Nick (Juddy Talt, "The Ghost Whisperer") a neurotic best-selling author on love, who can write eloquently on the subject, but can't keep girls from leaving him. He gives his heart completely and unconditionally to his relationships without even thinking twice about it. Nick is the type of person who says I love you first, and two months too soon.
After he comes back to his apartment in New York City to find his fiancé, Violet (Lara Pulver, "True Blood," "Da Vinci’s Demons") with another man, Nick seeks refuge with his long-time therapist; Adam (Oscar Nunez, "The Office," "The Italian Job"), but Adam is more mixed up on love than Nick is.
Nick decides to return to his hometown and to the only woman he had ever left, his mother, Mimi (Julie White, "Transformers" 1, 2 and 3, "Lincoln," "Go On"). There, he renews his relationships with the people that matter the most, his family and friends, including reconnecting with his childhood best friend, Cubbie (Ethan Cohn, "The Amazing Spider-Man," "United States of Tara," "Gilmore Girls"). By a simple twist of fate, he meets the free-spirited antiquarian bookseller Emma (Kate French, "Gossip Girl," "One Tree Hill," "The L Word"), who challenges him to let people appreciate him for who he is.