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Directed by Seth Imperial

Gavin Thoms was just working the register during his night shift at a convenience store. Same co-workers. Same customers. Same routine. Suddenly, in walks Jasmine and his world quickly turns around as his night shift keeps repeating. The same co-workers. The same customers. The same routine. He realizes that his choices start to diminish as he struggles to figure out why he is in this situation and if this girl is truly the key to getting out.

Directed by Seth Imperial
Produced by Serhenna Bazile, Seth Imperial, and Euan Ramos

Director’s Bio: Seth Imperial is a filmmaker currently based in New Jersey/New York. He works in various positions on-set, and mainly specializes in the camera department as the director of photography and/or assistant camera. He aspires to be a film director for feature films for production companies like A24. Seth’s work is a culmination of his experiences and his journey as a Filipino. Being born in the Philippines and growing up in the United States, he wants to share his story and experiences through his art.

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It can seem impossible to share private truths or show our weaknesses to the world, particularly when we belong to a minority group. Even if we’ve been taught that certain topics and experiences are taboo, there is healing to be found in sharing our stories. Empathize – cry, laugh, root for, triumph, or feel frustration – with the characters in these very personal stories as they struggle to take that first step in letting themselves be seen.