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Inspired by true stories, three women work their way out of a divorce triangle they never signed up for.

Back in the dark ages before SCOTUS decreed marriage equality for all across the land... Sydney and Cameron are a happily engaged couple looking forward to their big day. There's one obstacle… Sydney is still married to Lisa and as their home state won't recognize their marriage, a divorce is impossible!

Follow Sydney and Cameron on a hilarious journey through this not-so-fictional fable to find out the answer to the question…Are You Married Enough (To Get Divorced)?

  • Puppett
    Time Spent
  • Guinevere Tuner
    American Psycho, The L Word, Go Fish
  • Ally Iseman
    Prison Is The New Popular, Bar Monkeys
  • Christine Moore
    June Adrift
  • Marvin Glover
    Our Father, Last Call At Murray's, Downward Hiro
  • Whitney Mixter
    Key Cast
    The Real L Word, Couples Therapy
  • Shelli Boone
    Key Cast
    Castle, Private Practice, How I Met Your Mother, Hot In Cleveland, Grey's Anatomy, House MD, Saints & Sinners, Entourage
  • Sally Kirkland
    Key Cast
    Anna, The Way We Were, Steel Magnolias, Valley of the Dolls, 13 Most Beautiful Women, The Sting, JFK, ED TV, Bruce Almighty
  • Rocco Kayiatos (Katastrophe)
    Key Cast
    This Is Me
  • Noelle Messier
    Key Cast
    Ugly Betty, Mind of Mencia, 10 Things I Hate About You, Law & Order: LA, Workaholics, Trophy Wife, The McCarthy's
  • Dilan Patton
    Key Cast
    Some Torches Don't Burn
  • Guinevere Turner
    Key Cast
    The L Word, Go Fish, Chasing Amy, Dogma, American Psycho
  • Drew Droege
    Key Cast
    Hot In Cleveland, Up All Night, Happy Endings, Sean Saves The World, Comedy Bang! Bang!, Kittens In A Cage, Where The Bears Are
  • Christine Moore
    Key Cast
    Two Broke Girls, Agent X, June Adrift, Dogs & Me, Turing Test
  • Ally Iseman
    Key Cast
    Criminal Minds, Days Of Our Lives, Our Father, Love Meet Hope, The Best Thanksgiving Ever,
  • Danny Dolan
    Key Cast
    Where The Bears Are, Alpha Males Experiment
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    Comedy, LGBTQ
  • Runtime:
    15 minutes
  • Production Budget:
    50,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Puppett

She was a member of Philadelphia's premier queer gender-bending drag & burlesque troupe, Liberty City Kings, for two years before moving west to pursue filmmaking in the City of Angels. A piece of her heart will always be in the City of Brotherly Love, where she made her award-winning short film Time Spent. While Puppett is primarily working as an editor in Los Angeles, she is also pursuing her directing and acting goals, and exploring how these three pursuits inform each other.

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Director Statement

Wedlocked is a very personal story for me. I was engaged in early 2012, and my fiancé tried to convince me to elope with her in NYC, since New York had legalized same-sex marriage the year before. After our breakup in early 2013, I realized that had we eloped, we would have been stuck and unable to divorce until gay marriage was (re)legalized in California. Like many LGBT couples, I hadn't considered all of the implications of getting married in a state where same-sex marriage was legal while living in a state where it was not. Fortunately, Prop 8 was overturned in June of that same year.

Seeing my friends’ lived experiences hammered home the vital importance of this topic that was going unconsidered and overlooked. I have a couple of good friends in Pennsylvania who were stuck in marriages, one for three years and one for ten years. Though Pennsylvania has joined the growing list of states that now recognize gay marriage, many still do not.

In 2013, while working for Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, I had the honor of filming the first same-sex wedding in Los Angeles after the repeal of Prop 8, which he officiated. I recently met a friend who is moving to Los Angeles in order to fulfill California's residency requirements for the purpose of divorcing his partner. It is important to me that this topic comes to light and I am passionate about starting a powerful dialogue. It is time we talk about true marriage equality, which includes divorce.