Elam and Scout, two college buddies, invent and sell a love potion cocktail to mend broken relationships and assist blossoming romances. They keep the 'philter' underground by offering it secretly in their nightclub. However, their noble intentions are abused by those with more selfish and corrupt desires of the heart, including the despicable financiers. Elam and Scout's friendship is challenged when they become conflicted regarding the ethics of their invention. Their respective romances are also impacted by each guy's choice whether to utilize the love potion in his own relationship or not. Their illegal operation is eventually exposed and exploited by a secret government agency that wants to use the philter for covert intelligence operations. Now Elam and Scout must try to rectify the damage they've done to those who used the love potion and prevent further abuse by international superpowers ... all the while remaining best friends.
Waking up to another sunny day, Hal goes about without a single care. His life is perfect. Everyone loves him, and everything always just seems to work out.
But these loving neighbors, faultless luck, and glorious atmospheres are the work of someone else: a man whose sole purpose is to construct Hal's world; from every car that is parked, to the words spilling out from each friend's lips. This creator, of sorts, is the one responsible for Hal's flawless life.
Looking to instill Hal's world as a paradise, he crafts a playful, exciting girl named Dali. After she continuously intrigues Hal, he begins to grasp a strong connection with her and even starts tasting love for the first time.
But looking for any simple sign of appreciation, the creator begins testing Hal. Simply just trying to verify that his life's work means something to the only person that matters, he consistently stages opportunities for Hal to express gratefulness, only to repeatedly come up disappointed by Hal's oblivion.
Everything begins to change when the creator, fed up with Hal's lack of gratitude, removes Dali and abandons his work. But as Hal's atmosphere begins to fade away, he can only dwell on Dali's disappearance. With his mind preoccupied and his world dissolving around him, can Hal survive?
Destination Matters chronicles the life of three teenagers whose lives are turned upside down upon the arrival of Jason Daniels. Daniels returns from the future as his seventeen year old counterpart in an effort to rewrite history and save humanity from a future straight out of science fiction. The catch: his memory is wiped in the process. With an air of teen drama entangled in a web of suspense, action and sci-fi, expect to leave excited to see what comes next.
In 1920, Harvard University convened a secret court to interview, charge and discipline students suspected of being homosexual. Thirty-seven men testified before the Court, including a tutor, an assistant professor, Harvard students and several Boston men. After two weeks of testimony, eight Harvard men were forced to withdraw, one of whom committed suicide. Based on true events, PERKINS 28 dramatizes the testimony from the Secret Court Files of 1920, nine intense episodes of testimony before the Court. Filmed on location in Cambridge and starring Harvard undergraduates.
P.T. London just finished her latest chapter in her hit children's book about the adventures of a young wizard and the publishers can't wait to get their hands on it. When P.T. turns down a few publishers offers...they send spies to steal the book.