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    Wentworth is a neurotic misfit who lives with a woman that he has made up entirely in his mind. She is perfection. What happens when her less than perfect, real life counterpart enters the picture and threaten to disrupt his imaginary world? Will he continue to live inside the relative bliss of his own delusions, or will he take a chance on finding real love? Written and directed by R. Stephen Suettinger, a former music and molecular biology major who attended film school at USC. Principal cast: Robert Peters and Sharon Case (The Young and the Restless). To learn more about the film, click on

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