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Our Last Resort

OURLASTRESORT is an edgy, character driven dramedy that’s a cross between Dead to Me, Ozark and Good Girls. Conceptually, it has thrills, emotional depth, romance and comedy. It's centered around three highly resourceful women, each from very diverse backgrounds, who have developed a close as family friendship. Together they have built Trinity, a successful and luxurious resort in the central coast of California, catering to the global elite. Their clientele flocks here, lured by the reputedly healing characteristics of Trinity Apex Synergy (TAS), found in the waters of a natural spring on the resort, and which becomes to have a life of its own and to be the fourth lead character in the story.

With the onset of international affaires beyond their control and their rocky personal lives that include a sick mother, ghosting a lover and a broken marriage, the women are forced to rethink their business model. Resorting to increasingly shady tactics to keep their business afloat, they experience windfall profits that they never thought possible, though they come at a precipitous cost they never anticipated. With much at stake personally, all three women seek to control their own destiny, but with the undiscovered mystical properties of TAS at play, they soon find their new path careening out of control.

  • Nina Martina
  • Solana Paz
  • Jeanne Young
  • Lynnalia Wilkes
  • Project Type:
    Television Script
  • Genres:
    Drama, Comedy
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  • Country of Origin:
    United States
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Writer Biography - Nina Martina

Actress, Model, Writer, Producer, Casting Director, Esthetician

A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Nina Martina was an esthetician/massage therapist, wife, and mother, before embarking on an exciting second chapter of her life, beginning a career as a runway and print model, finally transitioning into acting. Having cut her teeth with industrial and commercial spots in both the Bay Area and Los Angeles markets, she has since worked with a number of independent filmmakers, appearing in several shorts that have made the festival circuit. She has also had roles in a number of independent features.

More recently, Nina featured in a nationally aired Jardiance commercial, and made her stage debut, playing multiple roles in a production of Liberace: The Musical. She also starred in and co-wrote the short film, “Open Mic,” which showcased at the 2019 Carmel Digital Film Festival and the Monarch Film Festival. She continues to study and train with noted acting coaches Matthew Barry, Kate MacGregor Stewart, Kirk Baltz, and George Gallagher. In addition, she has done work in casting, is co-writing a novel, and is actively transitioning into producing some of her own projects. She resides in Monterey, California.

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