If you're looking for the next surreal-indie-art film, look no further than "Abigail Harm." It is, at the core, a story about loneliness and the humanistic desire to be loved. Cinematically, it has that beautiful Terrance Malick look of surreal-ness in subtlety.
Boy meets Girl + They fall in love= Happily ever after. This is the formula for many romantic comedies, but when the screenwriter's past work includes "Borat" and "Bruno," you know this is not going to be your average rom-com.
At 15, Morgan was the youngest reporter hired by the El Segundo Community Cable dept, and continued her passion for journalism at Chapman University. She now runs Cinemacy while balancing a career as a music supervisor.