The story in our film begins from the moment when “Jack” and Anna decide to leave their home, because “Jack” was recognized and it was very dangerous. The storyline is filled with flashbacks and short moments that show the relationship between Anna and Jack. The screenplay ends at the most tragic moment when “Jack” has been arrested and they see each other for the last time in their lives.
Ksenia was born in Leningrad (now Saint-Petersburg). She studied Cultural Studies at Saint-Petersburg State University and studied Film and TV production at All-Russia State University of Cinematography (VGIK). During her studies at film school in Moscow, she worked on different TV shows, animation short series and documentaries as an assistant to producer and director. After her graduation she produced three independent films. In the spring of 2016, she was admitted to several MFA film programs in the United States. She decided on Columbia College in Chicago because she was awarded full tuition and a graduate assistantship. Since August of 2016, she has made four student films and she has been working as a teaching assistant.
Savannah Oakes, is a screenwriter from Chicago, Illinois. Savannah writes exclusively about women–usually women of color. Her stories focus on female sexuality, LGBTQ issues and mental illness. She is most familiar with short (Seven Times and Womb) and feature length (Nice Try and Pretty Girl) writing but has recently jumped to episodic with her miniseries The Fault of the Father following the troubled life of Anna Freud. Savannah loves to write in many different genres but is a sucker for dramas, psychological thrillers and dark comedies.