Elizabeth Hale (Roxanne Morrison) has been her husband Danny’s (Christian Bulich) rock. She is the one constant in his life throughout his boxing career. Danny’s been on a losing streak. Tonight's fight is no different. Elizabeth and Danny’s manager, Billy Desmond (Joe Nieves), want Danny to hang up his gloves. He’s not ready to retire. Tonight, Elizabeth will have to fight for their family.

  • Joe Basile
    West End
  • Roxanne Morrison
    Key Cast
    "Elizabeth "
    Smile, Chemical Attraction
  • Christian Bulich
    Key Cast
    ‘64 Koufax
  • Joe Nieves
    Key Cast
    West End, How I Met Your Mother, Stuck in the Middle, The Mentalist
  • Joe Basile
    West End
  • Christian Bulich
    ‘64 Koufax
  • Joe Basile
    West End
  • Pietro Villani
    Director of Photograpy
    Boss Level, Like Cotton Twines
  • Mónica Salazar
    Honey Boy
  • Charles Dayton
    Sound Design
    West End, Love Shack, Sinatra Club
  • Daniel Herskedal
    Original Score
    The Last Black Man in San Francisco
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  • Runtime:
    7 minutes 49 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 28, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    15,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Joe Basile

Joe has had an interesting journey in the entertainment industry. He’s been in front of the camera, behind the camera, set on fire, and received his MFA in Screenwriting from UCLA’s prestigious film school. He’s had the privilege of working with Warren Beatty, Katherine Hepburn, and Mike Nichols – to name a few. To date Joe has been cast in over twenty-five television shows (CRIMINAL MINDS, DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, ER, WITHOUT A TRACE, 6 FEET UNDER, SEINFELD, and CSI to name a few) and fifteen movies (8 HEADS IN A DUFFLE BAG, GIA, PAPARAZZI, and THAT THING YOU DO). Working both behind and in front of the camera was a valuable lesson in movie making for Joe. He has seen the collaboration it takes to get a movie made.

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Director Statement

Emotion is physical. An Actor's performance should reflect that. Most importantly, everything serves the story.