When a charming man soliciting for cancer research stops Abby on the street, she sees in him someone who has shared her experience of coping with a terminally ill family member. He asks her to donate her hair and she believes she is doing a good deed. But no good deed goes unpunished -- and Abby is forced to wonder if she deserves the punishment, when her decision to get into his van changes her life. This film explores the consequences of guilt and the life altering effects it has on a young adult.
Length: 11 minutes
Premiere: New York
DARYL WEIN is a New York based actor/writer/director. From the success of his first short Life is a Train, the state of Connecticut honored him the "You Belong in Connecticut Young Media Maker Award." His latest work, Unlocked, was the Winner for Best Dramatic Short at the Evil City Film Festival in New York City, and received official selection at the NOVAC Louisiana, Beverly Hills Hi-Def, and the Gijon International Film Festivals.