Adam, at 24 years, is an old-soul activist who comes to Washington to follow his dreams, find Mr. Right and change the world. Only he is somehow stuck in data entry land and cannot seem to find his true love. Meanwhile, Christina, Adam’s undiscerning roommate, lucks into a relationship she wasn’t looking for, despite her drunken proclivities for one night stands. As they both struggle with their desire (or lack) for commitment, their worlds are turned upside down by their perfect counterparts. Will their relationships work out or are they too consumed with their own hang-ups to see the potential happiness in their respective futures?
Angela Garcia Combs (Producer) is a Graduate of UCLA’s TFT, an award-winning writer and adjunct professor of film. She is currently directing Yellow Wallpaper Productions “Nothing Special”
Asher Huey (Adam/Writer/Producer) is a graduate of American University with a degree in Theatre and Political Science. He has worked regionally in theatre an LA Weekly Award for Best Ensemble for a production of Tartuffe.
Sara Farizan (Director) is a graduate of American University with a degree in Visual Media. She is currently living and working in Boston, MA.
Jacques Ledbetter (Director of Photography/Rob) is a graduate of American University with a degree in Political Science. He is currently on staff with the visual media department of American University and manages the schools Wechsler Theatre, which hosts a variety of festivals, workshops and panels.
Megan Hernandez (Editor) is a graduate of the American Film Institute’s MFA programs with a concentration in Editing. She worked as an editorial assistant for Pixar’s “Newt” in early 2009. Other editorial credits include “Rockimals” and “Through the Air to Calais”
Katharine Brobst (Christina) is a graduate of American University with a degree in Musical Theatre. She has performed internationally, including a performance at the Volkov Theatre, Russian’s oldest theatre. She is currently prepping for a two month intensive study in Ghana of African theatre and dance.
David Rosenblatt (Brian) is a graduate of Boston University with a degree in Theatre Arts. He is currently working regionally throughout the northeast, including performances at the prestigious Berkshire Theatre Festival.
Ramiz Monsef (Keith) is a graduate of Cornish College of the Arts. He active in theatre and music, performing regionally around the country. He is a member of the hip hop group Three Blind Mice.
Bethany Corey (Daisy) is a D.C. based actress and academic. She recently presented a paper on theatre and arts education in conjunction with Fulbright Scholar Gail Humbpheries-Mardirosian at the Czech Arts and Letters World Congress. She is graduate of American University with an interdisciplinary degree in Education and Theatre for Young Audiences.
Heather Rush (Alexis) is a graduate of Boston University with a degree in Theatre Arts.
Julia Garcia Combs (Hattie) was introduced in Henry Jaglom’s “Going Shopping” and is currently filming on “Nothing Special” in Los Angeles. She holds a degree from Boston University Theatre Arts.
Ariana Hodes (Heather) is a graduate of American University with a degree in Musical Theatre. She is active in DC theatre and works with The Wooly Mammoth Theatre Company and The Shakespeare Theatre.
Chelsea Rae Abatte (Candy) is a graduate of American University with a degree in Theatre.
Noah Baron (Tim) is a graduate of American University with degrees in Theatre and Communications. He is currently filming “How Do I Know You?” starring Owen Wilson, Paul Rudd and Reese Witehrspoon. He is also working on the pilot for “Hard to Be Me.”
The film was shot on location in Washington, DC and Bethesda, MD during the summer of 2008. The production took six weeks, filming solely on the weekends. The National Parks Service provided permission to film in and around memorials. Post production has been completed in Los Angeles, under the supervision of producer Angela Garcia Combs.