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"Love Murder Love"
Do you remember the face of every single person you have ever met? What if your life
depended on it?
One Tuesday morning Sarah Mathis is on top of the world. She is expecting her first
child. She has a seemingly perfect husband. She kisses her husband goodbye, and he
heads out to New York for the very first time. Wednesday morning she wakes up in a
hospital, having lost her baby, her husband, and seemingly her life. How did this
ever come about?
Sarah meets her husband Jeff in a not so chance encounter at a party on a night of
unexpected destiny. Their smart alike, yet playful attitudes are a perfect match. Life
seems to be a fulfilling journey for them. Sarah is expecting their first child, and Jeff
is a small town mayor along the Central California coast. Destiny however takes a
turn when on the morning of Jeff’s departure his top political rival is found dead on
the beach. Despite an argument about the circumstances, Jeff still departs on the
business trip. Life takes a deeper plunge into ruin when Sarah has a miscarriage while
Jeff is away and Sarah cannot reach him.
Jeff is finally located and linked to a long evening with a friend of Sarah’s,
conveniently while he is in New York . Sarah is devastated. She falls into the solace
from what seems like the only attentive person she has, her Doctor, George Walker.
Jeff is thrust completely out of the life of Sarah and cannot figure out how this all
happened. A stunning revelation leads to suspicion that only one can be trusted.
Who truly is the one? Life depends on making the right choice.
“Love Murder Love” is a PG-13 romance/thriller that should appeal to all ages from
teens on up. It is a twenty-first century version of FATAL ATTRACTION meets
" Wasting Daylight"
Jack O’ Brien was looking for the summer of a lifetime. He has just graduated high
school , he is headed to the Mountains to hike, raft , party and chase the woman of
his dreams. Four long years of pent up partying he abstained from in order to get the
perfect record for college. Nothing could stop him, he thought, until just a few other
people decided to come along with him. Well, twenty other people. His mother
decides what a better time and place to have a family reunion.
So Jack is headed for mountains, women , fun and ….Uncle Bernis and Uncle Gus?
How can he ever succeed at impressing Lindsay Martin, the perfect girl? The goddess
of the Mountains, she is the most beautiful girl Jack has ever seen. She can ride
horses , she rafts she bikes, and she models. Jack? Well he is good at video games.
With the benefit of the help of Uncle Bernis, Grandpa Arthur and Uncle Gus, he can’t
possibly fail. He ponders the strange mantra of the graffiti on the overpass, as he is
about to arrive at his destination. “Suzy of the Mounties was here, with no bra”.
What indeed is in store for Jack?
“WASTING DAYLIGHT” is a coming of age comedy scaling the gap between
“VACATION” and “ JUNO”