Cast: Maya Rosewood, Jun Naito, Mickey Ryan, Patrick Devaney
Crew: Producers: Katherine Chan , Patrick Devaney , Matthew J. Kaplan, Karen Morris – Screenwriters: Matthew J. Kaplan – Director of Photography: Jake Horgan – Assistant Director: Karen Morris – Special Effects Make-Up: Beatrice Sniper – Art Director: Patricia Buckheit – Assistant Camera: Samuel A Campbell – Gaffer: Jonathan Alvarado – Best Boy: Wellington Lee – Sound: Gary Levitt
After the death of their young daughter, all that remains in Rebecca and Allen’s home is an extensive toy collection and profound grief. Both are attempting to process their loss: Rebecca chooses to repress her pain, while Allen regresses to their child’s age in order to replace her. When an unconventional therapist visits with them, he assures Rebecca he can bring her husband back. But first, she must enter into Allen’s land of make-believe.
Matthew J. Kaplan is a writer, filmmaker, actor, and musician. His short film It’s Time for Tea began screening 2019. Other works include the feature Zombie Extra, the TV series Reggie & Reinhardt, the web series Disturbances and the animated pilot Matty & Patty. Matthew was born in Brooklyn and still lives there with his two cats Clementine and Bumpy.