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Layover

83 minutes | Drama

In this French-language feature film debut from writer/director Joshua Caldwell, Simone (Nathalie Fay) is a young Parisian en route to her wedding in Singapore. But when the airline cancels her connecting flight, she’s forced to spend the night in Los Angeles. She decides to make the best of it and contact an old acquaintance, Juliette (Bella Dayne), who is going through a rough patch in her marriage. Invigorated by her friend’s arrival, Juliette insists on taking Simone out for a night of club-hopping. With little regard for her friend, Juliette soon disappears with a stranger, leaving Simone stranded downtown without a ride. When an attractive motorcyclist (Karle Landler) appears and offers her a ride, Simone cautiously accepts, leading to an evening of adventure that results in her questioning her life’s direction and, ultimately, if she’s truly ready to make her connection in the morning.

Director:  Joshua Caldwell
Writers:  Joshua Caldwell
Cast:  Nathalie Fay Karl E. Landler Bella Dayne Hal Ozsan Marem Hassler Natalie Loren Danielle Caldwell
Collections: Now Showing, On DVD/VOD, VOD

Tagline: Young Parisian Simone lands in Los Angeles on her way to Singapore and finds her flight cancelled. Soon, a mysterious motorcyclist convinces her to ride along through the glittering nightlife scene of LA.

Genres: Drama

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Company Credits

Production Companies:  Meydenbauer Entertainment

Technical Specs

Runtime:  1 h 23 min
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