Feature Films

A Life-Changing Kidnapping

JUICE

Juice is a true story about racial inequality, told through the eyes of a white Christian high-schooler named Nick Kane as he is kidnapped in the ghetto of Millwake in his own car by a charismatic black drug addict named PJ. After filling Nick’s entire car with stolen fruit juice from a warehouse, Nick and PJ then spend the night selling juice to drug dealers, prostitutes and gang members, in this unpredictable journey of self-discovery, friendship and cultural injustice. 

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How far will you go for love?

PROSOPAGNOSIA

After discovering a formula to slow down time, Eric can finally start a new life as he gets engadged to his longtime girlfriend, Grace. But things quickly change as the FBI takes the formula and wipes his short term memory, right before both he and Grace are kidnapped and tortured. In a faied attempt to save her, Eric escapes, but nearly dies in the woods from blood loss. Three months later, he wakes up from a coma with a rare disease called prosopagnosia, in which he can’t recognise anyone’s faces. Now he must find Grace, all while not knowing who is who. This psychological thriller has many unexpected twists in the end, where we find out that two actors are actually the same person as the protagonist goes crazy trying to find his love, and the antagonist learns what love is after tricking Eric into thinking that he’s actually a friend. 

This is currently written as a feature film, but has a 10-episode breakdown for TV. 

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How far will you go for love?

PROSOPAGNOSIA

After discovering a formula to slow down time, Eric can finally start a new life as he gets engadged to his longtime girlfriend, Grace. But things quickly change as the FBI takes the formula and wipes his short term memory, right before both he and Grace are kidnapped and tortured. In a faied attempt to save her, Eric escapes, but nearly dies in the woods from blood loss. Three months later, he wakes up from a coma with a rare disease called prosopagnosia, in which he can’t recognise anyone’s faces. Now he must find Grace, all while not knowing who is who. This psychological thriller has many unexpected twists in the end, where we find out that two actors are actually the same person as the protagonist goes crazy trying to find his love, and the antagonist learns what love is after tricking Eric into thinking that he’s actually a friend. 

This is currently written as a feature film, but has a 10-episode breakdown for TV. 

Email Ted for more information,