In a home robbery gone wrong, a criminal finds themselves held captive and face-to-face with their chosen victim, turned captor. Throughout the course of a single night, the two individuals find themselves oscillating between enemies and lovers through a conversation of choice, right/wrong, and the possibility of second chances— all while trying to read each other, unsure of the others’ truths and motives.
Jeffrey Dinghua Lei is a writer, director, and producer raised in San Francisco, working out of Los Angeles and New York.
He’s produced, directed and edited a number of editorial shorts for clients such as HuffPost and TodayTix, as well as written, produced and directed a number of fictional shorts. He has also assisted in making A Taste of Sky; a feature documentary regarding GUSTU, the groundbreaking restaurant and cooking school based in Bolivia created by the founder of NOMA, which had its World and North American premieres at Copenhagen Dox and Tribeca 2019, respectively.
As a concert photographer and he has worked with musicians such as The XX, Chance the Rapper, The Japanese House & more. He is currently working at Peacock under NBCUniversal Studios, as a Production Manager, writing a few feature films, finishing a short film, and directing some music videos. more...
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