Irvine, CA, July 07, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- When Roger Wright’s family leaves him at home to work while they go to Hawaii, the last thing Roger needed was his wife’s 21 year-old Yoga teacher staying in the guest-house. The big break our hero had always wanted falls in his lap, but can he really get his musical work done in just 7 days with the distractions of a yogi running around the property? Things only get more trying when his best friend, the womanizing agent, Santiago, catches wind of Roger’s attractive young guest and the yoga party. Add blood pressure at 180, four more yogis, and a nosey neighbor, will our hero live through the events of the week. Yoga party?
Ali Cobrin (from American Reunion) and newcomer, Rossi Morreale, star and bring this quirky comedy to its comedic feet. Andrea Bogart from General Hospital plays the wife and mother with heart and soul. Academy Award nominated Kathleen Quinlan (Apollo 13) nails the “had it up to here” mother-in law. Lin Shaye (There’s Something About Mary) is as funny as can be playing the eccentric and nosey neighbor, walking her pet fish and imbibing at all hours of the day. Act of Valor bad guy Alex Veadov plays a Frenchman of questionable motives while young comedians Walter Harris and Ryan Meharry establish themselves as on screen performers who are here to stay.
Written and directed by Kevin A. Kent, the movie is also produced by Kent, Rossi Morreale and Joel Mills. This is a fast-paced comedy that asks the most pressing of questions: Can a man discover his chakras and still keep his pants on?
Trailer: Play the Trailer
TRT: 95 mins.
Not rated: PG or PG13
Kevin A. Kent
Writer – Director – Producer
Founding Board – Producer’s Guild,
New Media Council