A single mother of 4 struggles to maintain the household amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Robert Boyd
    How to Satisfy A Woman, Mom, Love & Poison
  • Karimah Cannon
    Love & Poison
  • Robert Boyd
  • Robert Boyd
  • Karimah Cannon
    Key Cast
  • Kalen Parrott
    Key Cast
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    20 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    May 25, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    300 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Robert Boyd

Born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, Robert immediately fell in love with storytelling at a very early age. Robert loved television and films. Growing up, surrounded by a majority of female cousins, Robert's favorite activities included playing pretend games, such as house and puppet theater. It was no surprise to anyone that Robert would pursue acting.

In 2005 Robert would attend Temple University. Studying Film and Theater, Robert would have a very difficult go at it. His mother, his only parent, passed away his first semester leaving Robert bereaved, lost and unfocused. He would eventually leave the university as he faced many trials such as homelessness at the age of 18.

Throughout the years Robert would eventually pick up the pieces of his life, overcoming many obstacles, and once again pursuing a career in acting and filmmaking. In 2017 he enrolled at Playhouse West - Philadelphia, under the tutelage of Tony Savant. It is here where Robert has honed in on his craft and is constantly defining what it means to be an artist. In 2021 Robert founded Bright Life Productions, a production company dedicated to telling enriching human stories with the agenda to unite society by showing how we have much more similarities than differences.

Robert is a proud father of two beautiful and healthy children, engaged to a very loving and supporting fiancée, and seeks to give this career everything he has and then some.

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Director Statement

“Being an actor is a religious calling because you’ve been given the ability, the gift to inspire humanity." - Sanford Meisner

As an artist and fellow human being, it is not only my passion, but my core mission to tell stories that gives opportunity to humanize those of us who are marginalized in today's climate. The perception of people as the "other" can have dangerous and even deadly repercussions. We live in an enviornment where we have not only minimized, but solely view people as labels; which I find to be form of dehumanization.

Whether as an actor or filmmaker, it is my mission to expose my characters as three dimensional people, in a recognizable and relatable way. As someone who has encountered many life-altering obstacles throughout my life, I have found my lowest moments were always the ones where I felt most alone; as if what I was experiencing was only happening to me. A helpless feeling of being misunderstood. Therefore it is my core belief that if I expose real characters in my films, some one in that audience will be able to relate. Some one in that audience will feel like they are seen and heard. Some one in that audience will not feel alone; and to feel like you're seen, heard, and understood is not only therapeutic, but healing in of itself.