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"When President Alex Morales dies in office just before the national election, Taylor Brooks, his unmarried VP, takes his place prompting the former president? widow, Katherine Morales (Nancy Stafford), to take the highly controversial step of running for First Lady. After Brooks wins the election, Katherine Morales takes on the role of First Lady once again. When the Princess of Moldovonique comes to the White House for a state visit, she is accompanied by her bodyguard (Corbin Bernsen). But the bodyguard is hiding a secret: he is actually the king who has admired Katherine Morales from a distance since his youth. First Lady is a light-hearted romantic comedy set in the world of presidential politics and fairy-tale lure. Also starring Stacey Dash (Clueless). Rated PG."
Wait Your Turn
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Wait Your Turn
Thad MacArthur comes unexpectedly back into Eve Cassidy's life, after breaking her heart in college. But this time Eve is different. After much soul-searching and the influence of a friend, Eve decides to remove sex from the equation in her relationships. Is it a coincidence that Thad is thrust back into her life just as she places this impossible-seeming stipulation on her relationships? Is it fate that Thad might be the man who can honor her decision? Thad and Eve must decide whether they can put their history behind them to build a future together or if their story will end in a bitter repetition of the past. As Eve and Thad struggle to make these choices they are influenced by two other couples dealing with similar issues. Love can be a complicated matter, especially when trying to overcome the past. As each couple faces the decisions of love and life they realize that the right person is out there...you just have to wait your turn.
The Socratic Method
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The Socratic Method
Set in a fictional law school and written by a California attorney, the independent comedy feature The Socratic Method follows the exploits of three first-year law students as they stagger their way through the pressure cooker that is legal education in America. Terry King is a laid-back college graduate who applied for law school because he wanted to prolong the academic experience, never expecting that he would actually have to do work. Financial circumstances force him to become odd-couple roommates with Susan Walsh. Driven, organized, and efficient, Susan has planned on being a lawyer ever since she was eight years old. Rounding out the trio is Charles Johnson, a handsome, fast-talking hustler who is more concerned about learning the things that aren't taught in school. Charles gets more of an education than he bargained for when he agrees to work for a shady plaintiff attorney. Spanning the entire first semester of law school, from orientation through exam, The Socratic Method follows these three friends, both in and out of the classroom, as they seek, love, learning, and passing grades. Along the way, they must deal with cutthroat classmates, crumbling long-distance relationships, and overbearing professors.