An American couple worries about the safety of a Parisian girl after a night out.
Jerzy Rose’s films have shown at the Telluride Film Festival, Sidewalk Film Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Revelation Perth International Film Festival, La Cinémathèque Française and in-flight on Virgin American Airlines.
His first feature, CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY, was awarded Best Film by the Boston Underground Film Festival and Best Ensemble Cast by the Florida Film Festival. His follow-up feature, NEIGHBORHOOD FOOD DRIVE—a “pertinent social commentary full of genuine hilarity and frank shock" (Nick Perry, Boston Hassle)—won the Spirit of Slamdance award at its Slamdance Film Festival premiere.
He hopes to one day show his work on transatlantic and transpacific airlines.