Cast: Brea Grant, Benita K Nall, Virtic Brown
A mother makes a shocking discovery when she’s left to pack up her daughter’s house after a tragic car accident.
Lagueria Davis graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2007 with a BFA in Media Art. Since graduating, Davis has established herself as an award-winning filmmaker. Maid of Dishonor, a feature she co-wrote, was a 2016 Nicholls Fellowship Quarter-Finalist. Her short Light in Dark Places is currently on the film festival circuit, having won best short film at the 2019 ClexaCon Film Festival. Recently, Davis was selected as a 2019 BAVC Media Maker Fellow with her current project in development, Black Barbie: A Documentary. In her spare time, Davis moonlights as a line producer for commercials, branded content, shorts, and feature films. Currently, Davis resides in LA, where she’s on the board of the Alliance of Women Directors.
In rural Texas, Maya and Freddy are two lonely queer souls whose budding friendship inspires each other to fully embrace their repressed desires.