When fate brings Peyton, an out lesbian writer into the life of Elena, a straight ,woman and wife of a pastor, friendship transforms swiftly from a crush into a torrid extramarital affair. Elena can barely begin to rationalize the nature and magnitude of her desires, which are complicated by her dedication to her son, Nash, and her sense of responsibility to her marriage. As their relationship evolves into love, Elena confronts the choice of leaving Barry and fracturing the family or ending it with Peyton and continuing to live a lie. But the decision may be moot. As Peyton risks more of her heart, her fear of breaking it causes her to step away and Elena faces the looming challenge of convincing Peyton that they were meant to be.
WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY Nicole Conn ("More Beautiful For Having Been Broken")
PRODUCED BY Jane Clark ("Crazy Bitches", "Meth Head")
CO-PRODUCED BY JD DiSalvatore ("Marine Story")
and EXECUTIVE PRODUCED BY Marina Rice Bader ("Anatomy of a Love Seen")
STARRING Necar Zadegan (NCIS: New Orleans, A Girl's Guide to Divorce),
Thunderbird Dinwiddie (The Aerialist, TV’s "The Walking Dead"),
Mary Jane Wells ("Crazy Bitches" "A Perfect Ending"), Sam Harris and Gary Weeks (Instant Family)
Take a journey behind the scenes with your guide, director Nicole Conn. Through behind the scenes footage, deleted scenes, Nicole's insights on the process, and the extended love scene, you'll get an in depth tour of the making of the movie.
Watch the film as the director Nicole Conn talks about choices she made, moments that stayed with her 10 years later, and the ups and downs of making this film.
Director's Cut of the central love scene in the movie.
This is footage shot during a chemistry read between Necar Zadegan and TBird Dinwiddie. It is the "photo studio" scene where the two characters become hyper aware of their attraction to each other. Shot twice - once on Necar and once on T-bird, it is a wonderful example of how already powerful their talents are.
"Zadegan and Dinwiddie sparkle and shine with chemistry and life, and even the mundane details (little touches, longing looks, etc.) are played just right."
"An amazing, heartfelt, romantic film that…should be ranked with some of the best romance films of all time"
"Claire of the Moon" helmer Nicole Conn delivers another glam lesbian romance.