MARY POSER

By Adam MACKEY

ANGEL'S LEAP - as PROD

Romance - Pre-Production 2015

Mary Poser tries to play it safe by living a small and busy life. When a Bollywood Director falls for her, all her illusions are shattered and she has to find her wings.

    • Year of production
    • 2015
    • Genres
    • Romance, Drama
    • Countries
    • USA
    • Languages
    • ENGLISH
    • Budget
    • 1 - 3 M$
    • Duration
    • 120 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Adam MACKEY
    • Writer(s)
    • Angelique BONCOEUR
    • Producer(s)
    • Tamera BROOKS (Stray Dog)
    • Synopsis
    • Mary Poser
      It's Her Time To Fly...

      Mary Poser is a beautiful and inspiring story about a Nashville girl who’s name means butterfly and, to find love, she has to overcome her intense fears and inhibitions about fitting in and being accepted.

      Mary is bouncing back after being dumped by her want-to-be rock star boyfriend and she meets an exotic Bollywood director and they fall for each other. It’s meant to be fling and Mary goes back to her
      busy life. She is texting and driving, which she knows she shouldn’t do, and ends up in the river, in her car. She almost drowns. A hand reaches outand saves her. She thinks it’s Simha, the foreign director, but when she wakes up in the hospital, no one knows how she made
      it out of her car alive. Her mother declares it as the hand of God and uses the event to promote her family’s church.

      Tormented and confused, Mary revisits a dangerous secret from her past that she must lie to conceal.

      Simha, who doesn’t know about the accident, can’t get Mary out of his mind and he flies back into the country just to see her. Mary’s ex, Jason, gets jealous and tries to rope Mary back into a relationship, which her mother would love.

      Simha retuns to Mary. They make love. Mary’s ex
      proposes to her. Simha starts making a Bollywood film in Nashville.

      Mary needs to either shutdown her feelings for Simha and go along with what everyone expects of her or she must let go of all her fears and find her wings.
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