|Cast: ||Amelia Mathews, Jarrod Spector, Calvin Leon Smith, Melissa Lusk|
|Crew: ||Producers: Adam Bradley - Screenwriters: Lauren Augarten - Cinematographer: Dikran Yazedjian - Editor: Adam Bradley|
Saul's best friend Josh is getting married. The only problem is, Saul has just been dumped. And his RSVP asks him to choose between 'Attending' and 'Attending +1'. Not knowing which box to tick, and not wanting to commit himself to a life of perpetual singledom, Saul stalls.But each day that passes makes it harder and harder for him to make a choice; each time he avoids Josh, his guilt makes it harder and harder for him to face the situation. He can't find a pen; he can't find a stamp: Saul keeps finding reasons to not fill in his RSVP. It's such a small response, but it takes on such overwhelming significance that Saul keeps burying his head in the sand.Only when his co-worker is forced to cover for his lies does Saul realizes he's being selfish and self-absorbed. When he makes amends to her, he realizes that the love he's been searching for has been right in front of him the entire time.
Nicolas Billon's work has been produced in Toronto, Stratford, New York, and Paris. His triptych Fault Lines garnered the 2013 Governor-General's Award for Drama. He adapted his first play, The Elephant Song, into a feature film starring Bruce Greenwood, Xavier Dolan, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Catherine Keener. Nicolas plays softball, hockey, and Settlers of Catan with equal fervour.