Dating Daisy

Synopsis: Two passionate twenty-somethings in an on-again / off-again relationship decide to road trip home together for the holidays.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
Director(s): Neel Upadhye
  1 win & 2 nominations.
89 min

stuff in there.

With your business,

it's totally thriving,

are you doing those, like...

are you doing the abundance

prayers or, like, the mantras?


Yeah, I mean,

I think it's more

about just the work

that I'm actually putting in.

Well, right, yeah, but I mean,

like, on a subconscious level,

like, you're drawing

this success

in this area towards yourself,


it's really inspiring and...

Yeah, I'm thinking

about it, but...

Yeah, but you're

thinking about it,

and those beliefs are, like,

showing up in your life,

I'm really proud of you.

That's awesome.

Thank you.

I've been doing a lot

of abundance work myself, too,

so, like, I really feel

like soon, you know,

something is gonna...

Well, I mean,

at a certain point,

you have to kind of be


to work toward...

like, actually work

toward a thing.


It's cool.

You'll find something, Dais.

I promise.

[cell phone vibrating]

["Ride Of The Valkyries"

by Richard Wagner"]

- Do you need some help?

- No, I'm fine.

- Okay, yeah, can you, please?

- Yeah.

You want me to put

my hand in your pocket?

Like, you want me to put this

hand in this, like, here?

- Would you just...

- Is it in here?




"Hi, baby, can

you please pick up

some extra pasta salad

and wine before you come?"


Do you want me

to tell your mom

that you're dropping

me off first?



She still hates me.


She doesn't hate you.

I used to have these dreams

that your family was Filipino,

and your mom was asking me

to make a ceremonial tea

in the kitchen by spitting

into a communal pot.

My throat was so dry

every time.



Don't be mean.

Okay, okay.

It was a lot of pressure.



She's a lot.

[Michael] She is.

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