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2015 (USA)
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Release date: December 2015 (USA)
Director: Paul Ashton
Music composed by: Kush Mody
Screenplay: Katie Page, Paul Ashton
Producers: Katie Page, Maria Menounos, Paul Ashton, Keven Undergaro, Lije Sarki
Maria produced
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SYNOPSIS
Eliot is a stand up with crippling anxiety, Jamie avoids life through partying and travel. When Jamie rides his bike into Eliot’s car their exchange is not exactly a meet-cute. Then when Eliot riffs on the exchange in her set that night and Jamie is there to see it, it’s game on, and the chemistry is undeniable. But just as they open themselves up and see they might be a fit, new job opportunities and family crises strain their relationship. Will they ever be able to get out of their own way, so they can truly come together?
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