Directed by Lauren Erwin
When her younger lover announces his departure, a wealthy, sexually adventurous, yet unfulfilled woman finally realizes what she needs to be satisfied, but this revelation turns out to be a little hard to digest.
Lauren Erwin is a Louisiana native and NYU Tisch School of the Arts alumna who is currently pursuing an M.F.A. in Film Production from the University of New Orleans. When she’s not writing and directing her own short films, she enjoys working in the production, casting, and camera departments, making promotional trailers for local businesses, and exploring the positive social effects of tabletop roleplaying games. She is currently in pre-production for her thesis film Camp Shakespeare for Young Performing Artists, a quirky but dark coming of age story inspired by true events, which will be completed in May of 2018.
Cast: Olga Wilhelmine, Levi Hood
Director of Photography: Mary McDade Casteel
First Assistant Director: Amy Laws, Lorien Molianrio
Production Designer: Cypriene J. Oliver
Sound Designer, Composer: A. Davis
Sound Mixer: Emily Poulliard
Boom Operator: Jonah Carmena
2nd AD, Script Supervisor: Stevie Cavalier
2nd AD: Sydney Viard, Mack Walker
Costume Designer: Kayla Fletcher
Makeup: Caitlin “Evey” Sorbet
Food Stylist: Connor Gibbons
Gaffer: Nick Manning
Key Grip: William Van Hoof
Grip: Jonathan Clement
Catering: Louis Erwin, Marguerite Knight
88 minsThe Nitehawk Shorts Festival MIDNITE screening, co-programmed with Sam Zimmerman (Shudder) features the very best in new horror voices. Includes an introduction by filmmakers.