- This film played during the 2014 Florida Film Festival
- Directed by: Molly Green and James Leffler
- USA, 2013, 88 minutes
- In English
- Florida Premiere
A story where love hides in corners, FOREV shows how far you can go without saying what you mean. Neighbors Sophie (Noel Wells) and Pete (Matt Mider) take a 6-hour road trip from L.A. to Phoenix to pick up Pete’s sister Jess from college. The hitch: somewhere on the edge of the desert, Pete proposes to Sophie. Stuck in the limbo between college graduation and settling down—and fueled by fears of intimacy—they run with the idea, getting on Jess’s last nerve. Stranded in the desert, it becomes a Canterbury Tales-esque journey as they meet strangers who weigh in on issues of love, marriage, hook-ups, and wandering. In a surprisingly fresh take on the indie romantic comedy, directors Molly Green and James Leffler send us down unexpected detours, exploring the anxieties and desires that drive us all. Delightfully funny and more intelligent than most road movies, FOREV is about getting lost and found in the desert. Rest assured, self-discovery is the final destination.