Marie is celebrating her birthday with her boyfriend, Robert. The evening is perfect, until Robert's cellphone emits a "beep" at the wrong time.
About the Director(s)
Stuart Goldstein lives and works in New York City. He founded Training Wheel Productions in 2004 and recently directed "Everyday Things," which was an official selection of the 2005 Hamptons International Film Festival as part of its New York Women in Film and Television "To the Point" series. As an actor, Stuart has appeared in several theatrical and film productions. He is also an attorney and an accomplished classical pianist. Stuart's next directorial project is his feature-length psychological thriller, "Deadline." www.trainingwheelproductions.com
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