Allison Lange, who played Laurie DuPree on “Roswell”, recently worked on a movie called “In My Pocket”. Gregory Smith who is best known from the television show “Everwood” is playing the lead in this film directed by David Lisle Johnson.
Furthermore, the cast includes Zach Ward (Transformers, Resident Evil), Shantel Van Santen (Final Destination 4), Kaylee DeFer (War at Home, Flicka), Richard Brooks (Law & Order, The Crow 2), Nana Visitor (DeepSpaceNine, Swing Vote) and more.
Los Angeles is a far cry different from the way they make it sound. The city will swallow you in a breath, if you let it. In a place where nothing is on the ‘unavailable’ list, the choices you make in life can have immediate impacts. The wrong path is slick and unforgiving and sometimes you only get one chance to turn around and take that other path. Stephen Jameson (Gregory Smith) has had his life planned out for him for quite some time; college, med-school and then rich, successful surgeon. Problem is, he’s gone down that wrong path. Drugs have steadily taken over his life, he can’t stay sober and is now faced with telling his parents he’s about to fail out of school. The decisions that Stephen makes over the course of one night, land himin Second Chances Rehabilitation Center, lucky to still have his life. While in rehab, he crosses paths with several fundamentally different people whom all share a very crucial commonality, addiction. From the alcoholic counselor Jerry (Jamie McShane) to the recently ousted rock star, Rob Vills (Zack Ward), Stephen will be faced with the mistakes of others and will have to make his own important decision. Will he find the right path, or will he get lostin the twists and turns of life’s many roads?
The film aired at “Sundance 2009”. A trailer is available at www.inmypocketthefilm.com