(A SHORT FILM)
"Too Old for Help"
A widow grieves the loss of her husband until a desperate looking teenager knocks on her door to offer handyman services. After hiring him for odd jobs around her house, she connects with him and becomes compelled to help this young man after learning that he has AGED OUT, which in turn reignites her purpose to live.
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LAVENDER REEL MEDIA GROUP, LLC, THE CAST & THE CREW want to thank everyone that is contributing their time, resources and locations to make this film! We hope that this film will bring awareness about children aging out of the foster care system! Let's start a dialogue about this pressing issue and hopefully possibly work towards a solution!
Tabitha Veale was born on July 27th, 1988 and currently resides in Portsmouth, Virginia. Interest in acting sparked as a high school student being cast as Professor Willard in the play Our Town. Study of acting begun in 2013 under the training of working actor Keith Flippen at the Actor's Place in Virginia Beach. Took a backseat to acting while attending Norfolk State University as a cheerleader obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications. Breakthrough in film occured in Chris
Jessica "Amethyst" Brown
Amethyst is from Chesapeake Virginia and this is her first production. She was attracted to acting because movies, shows and other productions are forms of magic that allow people to escape from their everyday lives. Entertaining others--as well as making them feel and think about things in a different manner--is important to her. Amethyst used to be part-owner of a pet sitting business. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and writing poetry and short stories. She also enjoys learning.
Actress/singer Sarita Scott is honored to be featured in the Tomeka M. Winborne film, “Aged Out.” Scott’s acting career has seen a myriad of film and theatre work, having portrayed a crack addict in the shortfilm “Through the Crack,” a woman scorned/AIDS victim in “Too Late,” and Mamie Till and the Lady in Yellow in the theatrical productions “The Face of Emmett Till” and “For Colored Girls,” respectively. Scott’s goal is to join notable actors on the big screen and on Broadway.