barely holding on to his paper pushing job. His wife Ruth and daughter
Sarah are emotional strangers living in the same "perfect suburban home" he so
willingly provides. He feels like he's lost control of his life. But, his
religion affords him the illusion that he actually has that control. Following
the rules gives him a deluded feeling of superiority, and the need to put
others in their places. "Judge first or you'll be judged." Church every Sunday
is the place to be seen as the "perfect family", as is going out for lunch as a
family at your average local diner. But, today is not an average day, and as
the family facade crumbles around him he must come to terms with the reality of
Ruth wanted what
every young girl would wants; to marry the man of her dreams and live
happily ever after. An avid church goer and all around "good girl", Ruth
thought she married the ideal "godly husband". Soon, she discovered it was just
a facade. She was trapped in an empty marriage and soon became a young mother.
Years of feeling used and hiding behind the falseness of her marriage left Ruth
resentful and questioning her faith, her intentions, and her ability to hold it
all together. Can Ruth handle the pressures of being a perfect mother and wife?
As an only child, it was hard for Sarahs
parents not to be proud of her grades and accomplishments, despite being
"just average". Her docile mother and pretentious father would present her with
numerous gifts in return for Sarah to accompany her parents each and every
Sunday at church. She outgrew the Daddys little girl phase at
a very young age, especially once she understood the reality of her
familys church, its vain members, and the false meaning behind the word
forgiveness in every sermon. Now as a beautiful teenager, Sarah
speculates on how to live her own life her way and out from under her parent's
Putney has extensive acting credits that include the films Mystic River,
The Town, R.I.P.D. Brilliant Mistakes, By the Sea, and television
episodics like The Gilded Lilys. As a screenwriter, his work has been
recognized with a New England Emmy Award, two Gold Screen Awards,
and awards from the International Family Film Festival, the Going
Green Film Festival, the Woods Hole Film Festival, the Spotlight
on Rhode Island Screenwriting Competition and many more.
Hunt has been featured in print work and local commercials. This mother of
three children was crowned Mrs. NH-America 2008. Christine has been
featured in several independent and short films. Her desire as an actress is to
take on the humanity of her characters, developing truth and reality in a way
that directly connects to the heart of her audience, whether the reality is
full of light, darkness, or both.
Elizabeth Colunga studied at Colorado Film School where she
majored in writing and directing. She turned toward acting in her second year
and has starred in many short films as well as written and directed her own.
Elizabeth currently lives in Andover, Massachusetts and enjoys photography,
singing, and cooking in her spare time.