A former prostitute ensnares a young investment banker into marriage determined to avenge her lesbian lover and rob a

group of corrupt business men, her husband included.

Logline

Poster Designed by RANDOM BENCH

Filmmakers

WRITTEN BY

Peter Friedman and Justin Reichman

DIRECTED BY

Justin Reichman

PRODUCERS

Roy Wol, Ben Chace, Pete Friedman, Justin Reichman

EXECS

Jason Orans, Henry Kasdon, Dick Reichman, Sean Lamb

MUSIC

Composed by Robert Pycior, including an appearance from
Honne Wells and tracks by Timber Timbre and Bird Dog

PRODUCTION DESIGN

Aidan Sofia Earle

EDITING

Ben Chace

COSTUMES BY

Eniola Dawodu

PHOTOGRAPHY

Tal Lazar

SOUND DESIGN

Quentin Chiappetta at Media Noise

COLOR

Chris Kenny at Nice Dissolve

 

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Synopsis

A Wife Alone is a dark psychological thriller about an ill-fated marriage in the suburbs of upstate New York. The plot centers around Jane, an attractive young bride who marries a naive investment banker named Park. The young, ostensibly happy couple buys a quaint house in a nice neighborhood and settles into the suburban dream before a visit to Park's godparents, Steve and Holly, sends their idyllic existence into a desperate tailspin. Park's godfather and mentor, Steve, is a cruel and domineering man with a penchant for illegitimate business deals and expensive prostitutes. He lords over his wife, colleagues, and anyone in his path with a single-minded goal of satisfying his deep-seeded, ego-maniacal urges. Steve immediately recognizes Jane as a woman he once "met in a hotel" and his own inner conflict swirls. As the fateful night unfolds, it is revealed that Jane's presence in the house was not some bizarre, unfortunate coincidence but rather a carefully orchestrated plot of revenge and corruption that builds to a ruthless, enduring climax.

Shot on Super 16mm Motion Picture film

press kit.