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Available Friday 10/9 - Thursday 10/15

* CLICK HERE for our recorded Q&A with director/writer/actress Lynn Chen

Rachel (Lynn Chen) lives in idle luxury with a cheating husband; Professor Erika juggles career demands while raising her daughter; and struggling musician Yea-Ming is still chasing a fast-fading dream. These three women who could not be more different have one thing in common: their flawed romantic history with singer-songwriter Goh Nakamura. When the amiable but unreliable Goh ambles back into town and into their lives, the past comes roaring back. This semi-sequel to SURROGATE VALENTINE (SXSW 2011) and DAYLIGHT SAVINGS (SXSW 2012) revisits the characters in a stand-alone story with a fresh new perspective.

Director's Bio:

Lynn Chen is best known as an actor, in shows such as Showtime's "Shameless," and in films like SAVING FACE. Lynn has produced, directed, and hosted non-scripted content for outlets like BuzzFeed, Tastemade, Hello Giggles, and ISATV that have seen over 40 million views. She created the blogs/podcasts "The Actor’s Diet" and "Thick Dumpling Skin" which have won numerous awards, including the BlogHer “Voices of the Year” and the Editor’s Choice for CBS LA’s “Most Valuable Blogger.” Lynn was selected in Marie Claire Magazine as part of their feature on the “Next Generation of Social Activists.” She has also been a spokesperson for The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), has worked with Time’s Up and the National Organization of Women (NOW), and has spoken at Disneyland California Food and Wine, WonderCon, Stanford, Dartmouth, and Wellesley University.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    80 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
    Northwest Premiere
  • Rating
    "R" suggested for language and partial nudity
  • Director
    Lynn Chen
  • Screenwriter
    Lynn Chen
  • Producer
    Dave Boyle, Mye Hoang, Cathy Shim, Emily Ting, Lynn Chen
  • Executive Producer
    Nobu Nagatsuma
  • Cast
    Lynn Chen, Yea-Ming Chen, Ayako Fujitani, Goh Nakamura
  • Cinematographer
    Bill Otto, Carl Nenzén Lovén
  • Editor
    Abe Forman-Greenwald
  • Production Design
    Ashley Bussell
  • Music
    Goh Nakamura, Yea-Ming Chen