This snappy dramedy tackles the age-old question about what happens if you meet your destiny face-to-face but you miss it... and the girl who looks just like you snagged it instead. It’s a sweet, charming look at love and life and ultimately, the acceptance of coincidence in determining our destinies.
Meet the Cast
Amanda Markowitz was recurring on CBS' The Bold & The Beautiful and NBC's Heartbeat. She stars alongside 7-time Emmy Award Winning actor Ed Asner in the romantic comedy Love Meet Hope and alongside Lin Shaye in the female-driven psychological thriller The Voices. Amanda has a leading role in the feature film Mr. Malevolent, with David Alan Grier, Gary Cole, Vivica A. Fox and Chris Kattan. She recently starred alongside Zack Ward in the psychological thriller Good Girl, produced in association with Darren Lynn Bousman (Director of Saw II-IV). She just wrapped production on the feature Healing Hands, directed by John Murlowski.
Alexa Alemanni is a writer, actress and producer. As an actor, she is most well known for her role as Allison on Mad Men for four seasons for which she won a Screen Actors Guild Award. As a writer, she has written with her writing partner on TNT's The Librarians, sold a TV movie to USA, and was hired to write Something Blue (Sequel to Something Borrowed) by Black Label Media among other credits. + marks her first solo writing and executive producing piece. She is also the CEO of The Reel Pros Co-op, an actors collective that recently launched their production branch.
Matthew Bellows is a classically trained actor with recent credits including: Fuller House, Colony, Nashville,The Inspectors, HBO’s Room 104 and Showtime’s I’m Dying up Here. He also appeared as a series regular in the 10 Episode science fiction drama Extinct as Jax. Matthew has appeared on the stage all around the United States and holds an MFA from the Prestigious Old Globe/University of San Diego Graduate acting program.
Alex Vaughan Awardis a writer, performer, and filmmaker. You can catch him performing live at LA's rowdiest new comedy club, The Pack Theater, every month on the house sketch team "Gunslinger." He also continues to do serious films for serious people. Recent credits include: Townies, a Blackpills original series, Bad for the Boats, and Delivery, a serious movie that Alex may have also written himself. In crayon, but for serious people.
Meet the Director
Wesley Alley grew up in a small ranch town in Idaho, where his love for the outdoors, adventure, and excitement was matched only by his love for movies. He distinctly remembers the first time he watched The Goonies and knew he wanted to make movies like that - movies that affected and changed people’s lives. He attended Boise State University for Performance and Direction and then went to Full Sail University, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Film and Television Production and a Master’s Degree in Business. After graduating, he became a Union Lighting Technician and joined IATSE Local 728, one of the best Set Lighting Unions in the world. Wesley has worked on some of the biggest movies, including Transformers, Kong: Skull Island, and TMNT, as well as TV shows, including Twin Peaks, Ray Donovan, and CSI. Through all this, he has continued directing, using what he learns from the best and the brightest on these larger productions to take every project to the next level. Wesley is a storyteller at heart who has a deep love for narrative stories of all kinds.