Adapted from the award winning stage play, "Bitch Brow" by Demetra Kareman. Directed by award winning director Elaine Del Valle.
This genre bending suspense, dark comedy unites characters from opposite sides of the economic spectrum.
Set in "The Hamptons"-- a mostly blue color town, that between Memorial Day and Labor Day turns into the richest zip code in the United States.
One night post Labor Day--Teresa is a tough townie chick that works the overnight shift at the local Hamptons wash and fold laundromat. As she waits for her Uber driving Fiancé, Jimmy, to return Elodie, an uptight debutante, enters in need of a phone to call an Uber to return her to the city.
Teresa questions why a "fancy lady like" Elodie doesn't have a phone. Elodie's response, "Cancer, 5G waves...they say it's the equivalent of standing inside of a microwave."
Elodie offers Teresa cash for a ride and Teresa snags the cash and makes a phone call to Jimmy.
Meanwhile Jimmy unwittingly gets wrangled into a high stakes poker game with a bunch of frat boys at a waterfront mansion.
The women find common ground as they await Jimmy's return.
Teresa pours them a drink and Elodie pours out her woes explaining the pressures based on the expectations set upon her by her family and social status.
The two women find much in common, including their pending nuptials and the fact that they both chose princess cut engagement rings.
Elodie confesses to having failed the bar exam.
Teresa consoles Elodie, but soon realizes that not everything Elodie has said is true. Teresa confronts Elodie and before the end of the night one of the two women winds up dead.