|Cast: ||Richard Erdman, Peggy Stewart, Marlyn Mason, Nicole Strykowski|
|Crew: ||Producers: Ray Nomoto Robison, Marlyn Mason - Screenwriters: Marlyn Mason - Cinematographer: Warren Shultz - Editor: Edward Raybird|
Hildy, a comfortably middle-aged woman who enjoys her life, is shocked to learn that her mother has been hoarding pills in order to kill herself. Worse, her father has agreed to a suicide pact with her mother. Understandably hurt and confused by what she sees as their betrayal, Hildy must decide if she should try to interfere, or if she should respect her parents' decision. The film is based on a personal experience by Marlyn Mason, who wrote the screenplay and also stars as the extremely conflicted Hildy.
Ray Nomoto Robison graduated from film school in 1978 and spent most of his career producing and directing television commercials. Eight years ago he began production on his first feature length narrative and since that time has completed 2 features and 3 shorts earning numerous film festival awards including the Director's Choice award at the Rhode Island International Film Festival in 2010. Robison has just wrapped on a feature length comedy called Vampire Camp.