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Seeking Talents for 'A Force of Habit' Film

Keller, TX, United States
ID: 265389Exp: 7/31/2024
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Description:

'A Force of Habit' is a faith-based feature that tells the story of how a brother and sister, whose emotional baggage takes a toll on their lives, find hope and healing through the power of faith and forgiveness.

9 roles

MylesMale40-45 y.o.African-American

Handsome/charismatic, ambitious and arrogant. Myles constantly pushes himself to be the ideal father and husband, oblivious to the dissension and tension it’s creating in his marriage.

SylviaFemale56-56 y.o.African-American

Controlling, manipulative and sarcastic. Sylvia lacks self-awareness and has a “devil-may-care” attitude when it comes to how she treats others, in particular, her own children, Myles and Kyndall.

ReneeFemale50-55 y.o.African-American

Pretty, reserved and empathetic. Renee is Omar’s fiancée.

NolanMale40-45 y.o.African-American Latino / Hispanic Other

Handsome/Athletic build. Nolan is Kyndall’s devoted, principled and determined husband who often contends with Kyndall’s insecurities that she often projects onto him.

EbonyFemale40-45 y.o.African-American

Ebony is Myles’ wife. She’s resilient and often the “voice of reason.” Ebony grows increasingly frustrated by the mistreatment of Sylvia, her mother-in-law and with Myles’ lack of support.

OmarMale56-56 y.o.African-American

Handsome/Distinguished, Omar is Sylvia’s ex-husband and Myles’ and Kyndall’s father. He’s a recovering alcoholic and gambler and hasn't seen or heard from them since they were teenagers.

VivianFemale56-56 y.o.African-American

Doting, candid, encouraging. Vivian is Ebony’s mother.

HazelFemale35-40 y.o.African-American Other

Dispassionate, abrasive and condescending. Hazel is Sylvia’s mother. (Flashback scene)

KyndallFemale35-40 y.o.African-American

Alluring/Sophisticated, shrewd and stubborn. She owns and operates a highly successful ad agency. Although she loves and adores her husband, Nolan, Kyndall often puts her needs and those of her mother above her him.