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When ALEX, a comic artist, finds out her wife SYLVIA is unable to have a baby the couple must figure out exactly how far they are willing to go in order to make one another happy.

  • Starina Johnson
  • Starina Johnson
  • Starina Johnson
    A Measure of the Sin, Frank, Crazy Bitch
  • Amanda Deibert Staggs
    Key Cast
  • Ingrid Eggertsen
    Key Cast
  • McKerrin Kelly
    Key Cast
  • Heather Horton
    Key Cast
  • Mindy Turano
    Key Cast
  • Starina Johnson
    Key Cast
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    8 minutes 5 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    March 9, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    5,000 USD
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    United States
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    United States
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Director Biography - Starina Johnson

Starina Johnson grew up in a small Southern Illinois town called Logan. Gifted with an overactive imagination and the ability to memorize quickly, Starina began performing at an early age.

After receiving several acting and public speaking scholarships, Starina decided to pursue acting as a profession, eventually transitioning into producing, writing, and directing.

Recent projects include the webseries Crazy Bitch (which was picked up by ComeDiva), a short film adaptation of Betsy Phillips' story Frank, as well as roles in films by award-winning directors Matthew Riddlehoover (To a Tee, West Hollywood Motel, More Scenes from a Gay Marriage), Jeff Wedding (A Measure of the Sin), Steve Balderson (Stuck!, Casserole Club, Watch Out, Culture Shock), and Elizabeth Spear (Roundball).

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Director Statement

I (rather sadistically) enjoy placing characters in "worst case scenario" situations.

Last year I started coming to terms with the mortality of my own uterus, which essentially lead me to examine the choices women make with respect to their own bodies. I started to question the individual vs. collective aspect that plays within any relationship. Where can we, as women, draw the line in terms of what we want vs. what our partners want?