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updated: Feb 03, 2014, 1:00 PM

By the Dedicated Staff of edhat.com

Directed by T.S. Meeks
21 minutes
Film Info

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Synopsis: David and Beth have expectations of a memorable wedding night. Instead, they discover they perceive love differently and question what is true in their relationship.

This film mostly takes place in a hotel room following the couple's wedding with a variety of flashbacks woven in. The viewer isn't given a lot of information about David and Beth so we're left to focus on their conversation and non-verbal interactions. You'll find out a little more about their past through conversation and quick flashbacks, but ultimately you'll be left guessing.

Writer and Director T.S. Meeks

The short film was written and directed by T.S. Meeks who was born and raised in the Santa Ynez Valley. Meek's was inspired by seeing newlyweds on their wedding interact with each other, when he worked as a bellman at a high-end hotel on Sunset Boulevard. "I found it fascinating how the couples treated their wedding day like any other day. Was nothing sacred?" says Meeks. "I would leave their room wondering how the rest of their relationship would unravel. Would they make it? Would he fight for her? Would she stand behind him? These questions haunted me for years. And as I started my journey as a writer, I was inspired to explore my generation watching my friends get married and then divorced. I wanted to search for what draws us to each other, and what tears us apart." -LB


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