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Lee Roy Kunz
Two former lovers with conflicting political and ideological views, try to maintain a friendship in the #metoo era.
Free love may beckon them with every swipe, but that’s all a radical illusion. Status, ego and unrealistic expectations have left our two characters spiritually and emotionally unfulfilled in a world drastically changed by social media.
The City of Angels is a place where people, from all over the world, with different ideologies, practices, and beliefs, come to try and have it all.
Our two lovers, dealing with social and political differences, navigate the labyrinth of modern dating, as they try to overcome their past trauma.
They seek validation from their peers. They look for effortless love.
They learn that love is not easily won but earned through time, commitment and deep sacrifice.
An African American, ultra-liberal, intellectual artist, and surrealist painter. Bisexual and a heartened social activist, Jess grew up dirt poor, in Akron, Ohio, with a single mother that never connected with her emotionally and faded away altogether when Jess’s sister killed herself.
Imogen oscillates between hope and bitterness in her desire to find real and lasting love in the internet age--when one can always keep swiping for something better. Imogen suffers from extreme depression and anxiety, stemming from a rape that has left her unable to have sex without suffering a PTSD panic attack.
Not just spiritual, but actually religious, Liam is a good ole' southern boy from Arkansas working in finance. A classical liberal, Liam is not nearly as conservative as Jess makes him out to be. But that's the thing that attracts her to him. He is stable and reliable with a good honest nature who has a deep loyalty to his friends and a commitment to the truth.
A romantic at heart, Liam finds himself sliding into turmoil after too much online dating. His failed past relationships and his current serial philandering culminates in the rebirth of a more grounded self in search of a long-term partner to create a family with.