When two lifelong friends reunite for an interstate road-trip across the southwest, one of them is forced to deal with the regrets of his past... and confront a long-lost love.

  • Alonzo O'Leary
  • Alonzo O'Leary
  • Carlos Class
  • Wes Myers
  • Alonzo O'Leary
  • Chris Greiner
    Key Cast
    "Mike Bell"
  • Jonathan Drew
    Key Cast
  • Elodie Rose
    Key Cast
  • Bree Swartz
    Key Cast
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  • Runtime:
    15 minutes 46 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 16, 2022
  • Production Budget:
    5,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
    English, French
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Director Biography - Alonzo O'Leary

Alonzo O'Leary is an independent writer and director who strives to bring a distinctive vision and emotional authenticity to every story that he tells. He currently resides in Oklahoma City, OK, where he serves as an active-duty Field Artillery Officer in the U.S. Army. Despite this extensive commitment, he still continues to pursue his passion for filmmaking, and is currently developing his feature length film "The Woman with the Fake Name," a female-led ensemble thriller.

His films have been accepted to numerous film festivals on both the East and West Coast. His short film, “Au Revoir” premiered at the 2016 New York International Short Film Festival in Soho. His senior thesis film, “Bryan’s Kick” was accepted into the 2013 Los Angeles All Sports Film Festival in North Hollywood, CA.

Alonzo has a Bachelor of the Arts from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. He has also studied at prestigious film institutes such as The New York Film Academy in Manhattan, NY and The Global Cinematography Institute in Los Angeles, CA.

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Director Statement

As a filmmaker, my one constant and consistent goal is always to bring a clear vision and emotional authenticity to every story that I tell with the camera. I guide my work not on the basis of whether its liked or disliked, or how much money it makes, but rather if it is clearly understood and interpreted.