From Eva with Love

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Film

From Eva with Love is a 2014 drama short directed by Norman McGuire.[1]

Plot

Eva a beautiful Russian woman in her late 20s. She watched her mother die as a result of the policies of a pharmaceutical mogul refusing to ship his medicine to Russia based on the bottom line. Eva devises a plan to exact revenge on Stan McFadden of McFadden Industries. Stan is in bad health and completely dependent on the medicine that he stopped exporting to Eva's mother. He is a prisoner in his own mansion, living as an agoraphobic hoarder. Eva set her plans in motion, immediately upon arriving as Stan's Russian mail order bride. Their relationship is volatile and intense, with the last words Stan will ever hear coming from Eva as he is dyeing..'You took pills from my mother...I take pills from you.'

Cast

  • Marc Jeffreys as Stan McFadden
  • Callisto Griffith as Eva
  • Nick Seidel as Phillip McFadden

Production

All production was done on location in and around the Dallas Metroplex by Studio M Productions.

Awards & Selections

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  • Bare Bones International Film Festival (2014) PAIN Award
  • American Movie Awards (2015) Honorable Mention
  • Borrego Springs Film Festival (2015) Selection
  • Bare Bones International Film Festival (2014) Best Poster Award
  • Indie Fest (2014) Award of Merit
  • Best Shorts Festival (2014) Award of Merit
  • Paterson Falls Film Festival (2015) Selection
  • Fort Worth IFS (2015) Selection
  • Oakland International Film Festival (2015) Selection
  • Black Hills Film Festival (2015) Selection

Reviews

References

  1. "From Eva with Love". 16 May 2014. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3758170/. Retrieved 8 September 2016. 

External links

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