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|Directed by||Ellie Kanner|
|Produced by||Hal Schwartz
|Written by||Lennox Wiseley|
|Music by||Brad Segal|
When things get tough for Carys Reitman (Bijou Phillips), she does what any emotionally isolated, modern girl would do - she goes to strangers' funerals. At one fateful funeral, she meets Tyler (Ian Somerhalder), a man mourning his fiancée. Despite the warnings of her undertaker best friend Shane (Danny Masterson) and her roommate Lila (Marguerite Moreau), she finds herself connecting to someone for the first time. Searching for answers, Carys goes to see her estranged mother (Jane Seymour) to confront her past. And as she tries to open herself to the risks of love with Tyler, she realizes she may have more to fear than just a broken heart.
- Bijou Phillips as Carys Reitman
- Ian Somerhalder as Tyler
- Danny Masterson as Shane
- Marguerite Moreau as Lila
- Jane Seymour as Mrs. Reitman
- Sprague Grayden as Marissa
- David Zayas as Detective Grayson
The film was the Opening Night film at the 2009 Cinequest Film Festival. It later was a Spotlight Presentation at the Newport Beach Film Festival. The film was released by E1 Entertainment on DVD and digital platforms on April 20, 2010. It has played on both Showtime and Starz in the US. It was released internationally by Moving Pictures.
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