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Logline: A young couple decide to start revealing their past sexual experiences with each other. In each episode, they bring their partner with them to a memory to witness it first-hand. Will this honest approach bring them closer or push them apart?
“Hers & History” follows a Silverlake couple, Karina and Luke, that decide to be 100% honest about their sexual past, at Karina’s urging. Each episode, a character travels to a memory and brings their partner along with them to witness it. After a few surprises, Karina and Luke must decide if their relationship can survive their pasts. “Hers & History” will be unabashedly sexual, hilarious and dramatic in the vein of “Girls” meets “Broad City” meets “Undressed.” It will push boundaries while retaining a heartfelt charm. It will star Lindsey Shaw from “Pretty Little Liars.”
Jamie Hanson Writer/Director – (“Undateable Live,” “The Mentalist,” “Bad Judge”)
Jacquelyn Ryan Producer – (“Pretty Little Liars,” “Whip It,” “Up In The Air”)
Melissa Gearhart – Editor (“Pretty Little Liars,” “Why Did I Get Married?,” “Criminal Minds”)
Cristina Dunlap – Cinematographer (“Throwing Shade,” “Gay of Thrones”)
Alison Uhlfelder – Costume Designer (“Camp X-Ray,” “Faking It,” “Pretty Little Liars”)
About the Film:
I’ve always loved the idea of bringing a certain honesty to film and I used Hers & History to shine a light on the complications that come with being in a relationship. With each new person you become involved with you have to decide how you will handle bringing up more sensitive subjects like your sexual and romantic past. I used some of my own experiences for inspiration. I think “Hers & History” can help open up a dialogue about subjects that can seem uncomfortable because it tackles it with a bit of humor.
Current Status: Fundraising. We have started to cast people and get our crew together.
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