Love Should Independent Film

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Love Should Independent Film

by Chris Ramirez
(New Orleans, LA)

Love Should Independent Film

Love Should Independent Film

Love Should is about loss and heartbreak. Lucas deals with the immediate aftermath of a break-up. Plagued by a secret and by memories of better days, he can’t let go of the past. His friends and family all weigh in on Lucas’ current state, but no one seems to understand just why Lucas is so torn up.

The film speaks of the universality of break-ups. We’ve all been there in one-way or another.

Lucas Reynolds – Dean West
Thessily (Tess) Jones – Rebecca Elizabeth Hollingsworth
Bruce Broussard – Zac Cino
Rosalyn Verheiden – Leanne Cochran
Bill Harbold – Lawrence Turner
Marie Draper – Lydia Laine

Webisodes (Four 10min Webisodes)
Status: Pre-Production

1. 1 month after Love Should: Bruce and Marie, Lucas’ mom, set Lucas and Tess up on blind date with each other.

2. 2 years after Love Should: Bruce copes with the sudden death of his parents in an automobile accident.

3. 4 years after Love Should: Lucas and Bill man the store in the wake of hurricane Katrina.

4. 8 years after Love Should: Lucas and Tess worry about Bill’s behavior in light of a worsening heart condition.

5. 10 years after Love Should: Lucas, Bruce and Tess attend the New Orleans Film Fest and meet Noel, an up-and-coming local film director.

Love Should is a Negative Ion Productions LLC film. Negative Ion Productions LLC was founded in 2009 by Writer/Director Chris Ramirez and Executive Producer Brent Henry. Besides Love Should, currently in post-production, NIP LLC is also working on 5 webisodes and a feature film, Metanoia. The webisodes chronicle ten years in lives of Lucas and the rest of the cast of Love Should. These webisodes lead into Metanoia, a feature film that joins the cast of Love Should 10 years later.

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