A short film about children learning everything from their parents. It shows how children around their parents pick up all the habits, irrespective of good or bad.
Three young women make the arduous journey from Long Beach to the Upper West Side to attend teen Rebekah’s baby shower. Thinking about Rebekah’s predicament, post graduation plans and family tensions. There’s a lot on their mind.
With a high paying position at a major company that offers advancement and longevity, Trina Vessel struggles to enjoy such a great career due to some very damaging personal problems. Trina’s marriage has recently ended and her health is declining fast. To cope with her sickness and heartache, Trina frequently turns to a secret talent that she’s kept hidden for years: singing. On her spare time, Trina enjoys writing poetry and song lyrics. Music is more effective than her prescribed medication when it comes to silencing the voices in her head caused by schizophrenia. Prior to her marriage and subsequent divorce, Trina always thought of singing as just a hobby and never considered pursuing a career as a professional musician. All of that changes when she sees an advertisement posted on a music website that she visits often. Executives for a major record label are conducting a nationwide talent search and are holding local auditions for spots in a band. Trina decides to give it a try and goes out for an audition. She desperately desires that her new calling will cure her mental disorder and bring her happiness.