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Loves Park (film)
Loves Park (Film)
|Directed by||Carol Rhyu|
|Written by||Carol Rhyu|
White Blush Productions
|February 14, 2019 (United States)|
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Loves Park is a 2018 American independent romantic drama that follows a couple as they return to the small town where they met and fell in love. Written and Directed by Carol Rhyu. The film stars Alexis Evelyn, Adam Quirch, Brian Ray Thompson, and Laura Lenee.
Loves Park is named after and inspired by the real life town of Loves Park, Illinois.
When pregnant housewife Edie Canody learns her father-in-law has passed away, she and her husband Benjamin return to a disquieting small town of Loves Park for the funeral. Edie is surprised when Benjamin mysteriously decides to stay and run his family's business. As his new responsibilities take over, Edie's behavior soon becomes increasingly erratic and bizarre when their time spent Loves Park seems to be drawn out indefinitely against her wishes.
- Alexis Evelyn
- Adam Quirch
- Bryan Ray Thompson
- Laura Lenee
- Amy Lyndon
- Spencer Mathis
- Hailey Livingston
- Aleksandra Kaminsky
Development and scripting began in September of 2015. The film was shot in and around Los Angeles, California.
Loves Park was released on February 14th, 2019 on Amazon Prime. It is distributed by Global Genesis Group.
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