Kiss and Cry

Synopsis: A truly touching story consisting of a smart, talented girl who's dreams come to a stop because it is discovered she has a rare form of throat cancer. Her family and her boyfriend John help her through every step of the way as she keeps her hopes up and continues to smile.
Director(s): Sean Cisterna
Production: Mythic Productions
95 min

Whoa, whoa.

Let's see what's

in your hand then?

- No thank you.

- Just let me see it.

- No, seriously.

- Never mind.

I bet you

I could guess it.

Three tries and if you don't

guess, I destroy it forever.

And if I do?

He takes you on date!

With sex!

Whoa, too far!

I think

that's a great idea!

Just the date part.

Absolutely not.

Something else.

Why, are you

scared or something?

I am a lot of things,

but I am not scared.

Well, it's settled then.

If I guess it right, I

get to take you on a date.


And if you break this

promise I will find you.

Okay, start guessing.


Strike one.

Okay. Okay.



Wow, you have a high

opinion of yourself, mister.


Mr. John.

Okay, third

and final guess.

Your phone number?

Sorry, John.

Enjoy the party.

Get up there, Becks.


Yo, Carley!

What was that?

What was what?

Did you just yo me?

Yes, I did.

You know, you could have

said hi, hey, hello, what's up.

Go again.



I'm messing with you.

Of course you are.

You're really funny.

But not about the yo-ing.


No yo's.

No yo's.


- So can I walk.

- You to your door?

- You can.

- Never be too careful.

- There's a lot of creepy.

- Weirdos out there.

Isn't that what a

creepy weirdo would say

to a girl walking around

in the dark alone at night?

Nine times out of 10,

you would be right,

but I'm not a creepy weirdo.

See, that is totally what

a creepy weirdo would say.

Are you always like this?

So effusive?

Wow, that's a big word.

That's a dictionary word.

It's like preposterous.

Hey, Carley.

- Look, your friend.

- Becks said.

- Rebecca.

- Only I call her Becks.


I was talking to Rebecca,

and she said

you owe me a date.

Well played.

So I was thinking.

How about the zoo?

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