LOSING IN LOVE, written & directed by Martin Papazian, is an imaginative love story that centers on a struggling writer and a brokenhearted waitress who find the ability to once again believe in love amidst a world both real and imagined.
Ronnie Blevins (Martin Papazian) is a writer, an undiscovered Kerouac who speaks the narration of his life. Recently released from prison, this harmless convict has been tasked by his overanxious literary agent (Shaun Duke) to re-write a classic love story set in a futuristic dystopian Los Angeles. By day, he writes at a local Venice diner where he meets Amber (Marina Benedict), a street sexy mercurial waitress whose troubled past is cut into her scarred skin. As Ronnie’s screenplay develops, reality and imagination influence the other as the story-within-the-story and their relationship become one. And if Ronnie & Amber can hold onto each other through the personal storms that ensue, their love may become the inspiration for a great love story in the City of Angles. This film also stars Conni Brazelton, Claudia Doumit, Mellisa Pino, Jenica Bergere, Mark Valley, and Ronnie Blevins as Teddy.
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"Papazian serves justice to every character that steps into his vision.”Filmmaker Magazine
“Papazian proves a solid triple threat.”Los Angeles Times
“Martin Papazian is a rising star.”Jeffrey Lyons