On the night Peter is suppose to purpose to his girlfriend, an acquaintance informs him of a disturbing rumor about her identity. 


Peter Marr: Peter is a stand-up comedian, actor, host and producer in Los Angeles. He grew up in Nebraska but wasn't a big fan of corn, so he moved to Texas as soon as he could. There he started living the dream as a construction worker, and acted on the side. Having a few commercials and movies under his (tool!) belt, he decided to move to LA. That is where we find him today. Not only does he play one on TV,  he actually is a general contractor. He is a former host on HGTV and is currently on the USA show First Impressions with Dana Carvey. Peter performs stand-up in Los Angeles and all over the country.

Carly Steel:  Carly Steel is a British television presenter, actress and producer. She is known for hosting on CBS’s Entertainment Tonight, The Insider and TV Guide Network. She has appeared in several feature films including Unstoppable and Mortdecai, and made television appearances such as on ABC's Castle, CBS's We Are Men, The Exes, Hand of God and The Bold and the Beautiful. Currently she hosts CBS’s Entertainment Tonight as well as the new POP TV show Jet To Set.

J Kristopher moved to Los Angeles from Houston, TX. in December 2006. In 9 years, Kristopher has worked on productions such as The League, Parenthood, The Crazy Ones, Days of Our lLives, and 90210. Kristopher has acted in over 30 feature films including Straight Outta Compton as Lawlaw. He has also been a mainstay on Conan O'Brien, where he has preformed sketch comedy for 7 years. Commercially he's done spots for Lowe's, Mastercard, GMC, and Nickelodeon. 

Richard Halverson: Upon moving to Los Angeles from his native country of England, Richard quickly gained footing in the independent film scene. He has starred in The Wheel (2011), Mirror and Anonymous (2014). Richard has also appeared in several national commercials including one for Google Play. He studied with the Upright Citizens Brigade and regularly performs improv comedy in Los Angeles including shows at the iconic UCB Theatre. 


Cyrus Kowsari — writer and director  

Cyrus Kowsari is an American filmmaker from North Andover, MA. He attended Shore Country Day, Brooks School, and Chapman University. He always loved filmmaking as a child and continued pursuing it throughout schooling. Cyrus' last film, the Color of Christmas, played at ten different film festivals and won several of them including the audience award for Best Short Film at the Palm Beach International Film Festival in 2013, the Golden Remi Award for independent student film at WorldFest Houston, and the Jury Award at the South Dakota Film Festival. Cyrus is a big fan of tennis, pro wrestling, independent rock, classical music, and technology. He currently resides in Los Angles where he produces content with the production company Rafiki Creative. 

Brian Bell— producer

Brian Bell has recently produced two feature films, Gilt and The Black That Follows. Before that, he has produced numerous short films including The Color of Christmas  which won countless festival accolades. Additionally, Brian has worked on commercials for Toyota, Microsoft, Boost Mobile, and Verizon Wireless as well as learning from the ground up by being a production assistant on major films such as Just Wright, Crooked Arrows, and Spiderman 4. He holds a BFA in Film Production from Chapman University, widely recognized as one of the top undergraduate film schools in the country as well as making a pit stop in the producing program at The American Film Institute in the Spring of 2015.

Jon Monroe— composer

Jon Monroe studied music at Berklee College of Music. From there he became an intern at Remote Control Productions in Los Angeles and quickly became an assistant to Emmy winning composer James Dooley.  After a year working with James on projects like The Last Ship and The Simpsons Live at the Hollywood Bowl, Jon became a an additional writer for composers like Tom Howe and Michael Levine.  Jon is presently on tour in Europe with composer Hans Zimmer as part of the crew of the Hans Zimmer Live concert series. 

Colin Lupe - director of photography

Colin Lupe is a director and cinematographer from Colorado. He is a founding member of the production company Rafiki Creative. With Rafiki, Colin has captained some of the most cutting edge ariel cinematography in the commercial industry and has captained shoots for Vice, HP, Uber, and Verizon. 


Peter Marston - Peter Marr
Jenny - Carly Steel
Sam Sealy - Richard Halverson
Leeroy - J Kristopher

Director Cyrus Kowsari
Writer Cyrus Kowsari
Producer Brian Bell
1st AD Elliot Frahs
Associate Producer Hap Knowles
UPM Katie Ritter

Director of Photography Colin Lupe
Gaffer: Graham Wade, Kyle Dykes, Arjun Prakash
1st AC: Alex Odesmith
2nd AC: David Markun, Dave Apruzzeese
Grip: Eric Ugland

Production Design: Becky Hughes
Set Dresser: Alberto Archer

Editor Cyrus Kowsari
Assistant Editor: Alex Odesmith, Colin Lupe
Colorist Bryan Smaller

Composer: Jon Monroe
Sound Designer; Reece Miller
Sound Mixer: Neil Kopernek, John Young
Score Mixer: Alvin Wee