Here you can watch three demo scenes, and an award winning performance by an actress
who will most likely be "Leah", if she is available at the time. You can also see her in a
practice scene, as well as two demo scenes by actors who will not be in the movie.
And please note, the movie has some uplifting, cheerful parts, and some funny scenes as well.
We just haven't shot them yet.
Two demo scenes,
about 11:30 long.
These scenes are
about half way
through the movie.
The sidewalk clips
will actually be at
the very beginning
of the whole movie.
These demo scenes
were recently sold
for broadcast on TV.
This is only a small
part of the movie.
Overall, the movie
will be a lot more
These two scenes will of course make more sense after viewing the start of the movie. These
scenes are about half way through the movie.
The movie will be shot with a higher end camera, and it will
have FOUR TIMES the resolution of the sample above.
It will look fantastic! The two volunteer actors in this demo
will not be in the actual movie.
This 21 minute movie won a Platinum
Award at a large film festival and
Sarah Sands won a Best Actress
Award for her performance. She will
most likely star in Sam and Leah. In
this movie, ALL of it is acting,
including the first 9 minutes which
may look like it is improv.
It is all scripted.... it was an extremely
difficult role, and Sarah pulled it off
magnificently. NOTE: This movie is
about sexual abuse and has some
heavy scenes. Sam and Leah will not
have such scenes. I put this movie
here to showcase the amazing acting
talent of Sarah Sands.
Sarah Sands is here again in this
demo scene with a volunteer actor
who will not be in the movie. In
the actual movie, a better camera
will be used, with 4 times the
resolution. In the movie there will
be excellent actors for all of the
roles, all as good as Sarah Sands.
Great acting, and a strong story
will make this movie a big success.
Investors will get QUADRUPLE their money before any deferred amounts are paid to the
cast, crew, or myself.
Investors get paid for 15 years!
There are hundreds of English language networks and super channels in the world. Being
broadcast on only two per year for 5 years can equal $1,000,000. In 15 years that's
$3,000,000. Sam and Leah is a captivating story, and I think it will do 10 times as well.
($30,000,000). It IS possible. Earning back at least $200,000 or $300,000 should be a
complete no brainer. Even garbage movies get shown on TV. Looking at it this way, I
consider this low risk.