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Finding Neighbors

Review Sam Tucker (Oscar® nominee Michael O'Keefe, The Great Santini, Caddyshack), a successful stay-at-home graphic novelist, has hit a mid-life and creative crisis. Six months late on the deadline of his latest novel, Sam has already created turmoil with his publisher after his last book was a disaster. When his therapist wife Mary (Catherine Dent, TV's The Shield) starts to suspect Sam of having an affair with Sherrie, his provocative and willing next-door neighbor, she's surprised to find out he's actually spending all of his time with a man. Jeff, his gay fellow 'housewife' neighbor, is a fan of Sam's published works. As his friendship with Jeff grows and he begins to recapture his creative fire, Sam finds he may be losing the one thing he never doubted: his marriage.
Before the Fall

Review Stephanie is running for her life towards a dock with her 7 year old daughter, Sage in tow in order to escape her abusive husband. The next day, the police find the boat partially destroyed with no sign of mother or daughter. Both are presumed dead.

Ten years later, Stephanie now lives in Palm Springs, CA. She's changed her name and now works as a successful real estate agent. She's finally moved on and has gotten engaged. Her daughter Sage, now 17, has changed her name to Rachel and works as a tour guide at the Palm Springs Tramway.

However, Andrew has never gotten over Stephanie. When he finds a hidden box of books about changing one's identity, Andrew gets suspicious. A private detective manages to track Stephanie down to Palm Springs. Andrew goes after her and his daughter. It all culminates aboard a Palm Springs Tramway gondola, where, 8500 feet above Palm Springs, Andrew makes a final effort to make his ex-wife pay.
In the Grayscale

Review Sam Tucker (Oscar® nominee Michael O'Keefe, The Great Santini, Caddyshack), a successful stay-at-home graphic novelist, has hit a mid-life and creative crisis. Six months late on the deadline of his latest novel, Sam has already created turmoil with his publisher after his last book was a disaster. When his therapist wife Mary (Catherine Dent, TV's The Shield) starts to suspect Sam of having an affair with Sherrie, his provocative and willing next-door neighbor, she's surprised to find out he's actually spending all of his time with a man. Jeff, his gay fellow 'housewife' neighbor, is a fan of Sam's published works. As his friendship with Jeff grows and he begins to recapture his creative fire, Sam finds he may be losing the one thing he never doubted: his marriage.
It Is What It Is

Review Stephanie is running for her life towards a dock with her 7 year old daughter, Sage in tow in order to escape her abusive husband. The next day, the police find the boat partially destroyed with no sign of mother or daughter. Both are presumed dead.

Ten years later, Stephanie now lives in Palm Springs, CA. She's changed her name and now works as a successful real estate agent. She's finally moved on and has gotten engaged. Her daughter Sage, now 17, has changed her name to Rachel and works as a tour guide at the Palm Springs Tramway.

However, Andrew has never gotten over Stephanie. When he finds a hidden box of books about changing one's identity, Andrew gets suspicious. A private detective manages to track Stephanie down to Palm Springs. Andrew goes after her and his daughter. It all culminates aboard a Palm Springs Tramway gondola, where, 8500 feet above Palm Springs, Andrew makes a final effort to make his ex-wife pay.

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