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J. Robert Faulkner. Rem Khaibrakmanov. Marc Jackson. Donna La Brecque. The "O."
Early 30s. Smart, competitive and desirable. Jayden is a success junkie on the rise—yet he invaribly finds himself incessantly falling into harrowing circumstances.
60s. Passionate, narcissistic and alluring. Victoria is a rock star in her industry who gets what she elbows for. But what's 'tangible' isn't always enough—or what she originally thought it would be.
Mid-50s. Polished, formidable and striking. George is a charismatic powerhouse whose obsession with professional achievement and dominance leads to the realization of his own mortality.
40s. Compassionate, apprehensive and sympathetic. Joyce is everyone's best friend. She's half-baked and absentminded, but a catalyst of change to those she touches.
Mid-20s. Trendy, tenderhearted and 'hunky.' Jonathan is looking for balance and fulfillment in a world that's unnerving and unpredictable. He's a remarkable young gay man looking for empathy and goodwill.
Early 30s. Exacting, hard-edged and tousled. Alain is a French beau gosse new to LA's fractured social landscape. He struggles with identification, immersion and adaptation—fodder for the exposition he blazons to one and all.
30s. Free-spirited, zany yet lovable. Jeffrey is a misfit from the sixties. His is a story about life and its challenges— confrontation with the shadowy monsters who creep in upon us. The answer: "Just lay back and light up the next fatty."
Early 20s. Ebullient, gifted, let alone exquisite. Isabella is an integrated Hispanic coming-of-ager. The world is her oyster, yet her deep dilemma is a prodigious intuition that surprises and confounds together with an implacable urge to find perfect love.