A groom’s plan to accuse his bride-to-be of marrying him only for his money backfires when she reveals the only reason he’s rich is because of her loving attention.
Writer/director/producer: Mark Bethune
Producers: Zoltán Hidvégi, Miklós Kázmér, Anita K. Sharma
Mark Bethune says:
“I wrote this poem on a train in Sweden while reflecting on all the girls in high school that would not return the love I had for them. I thought perhaps the adventures I had been on and all the turmoil they put me through was part of a greater plan to test my affection. Most of them are married now.”
About Mark Bethune
Mark Bethune is a Canadian writer/director.
After completing an IMAX short film for his final student project at Ryerson University, Mark moved to London, England to begin a career directing commercials but was sideswiped by an adventure in the world of high finance. Eventually, Mark returned to directing in glorious Bollywood, India.
In 2009 he was accepted into Carnegie Mellon University’s entertainment technology program to study interactive storytelling through virtual reality and other gaming consoles. The final semester of the degree took him to Beijing, China where he produced original 3D content for a Chinese company with promising auto-stereo technology.
In 2011 Mark moved to New York to work for Scott Rudin’s development department reading scripts and providing coverage on screenplays for one of the film industry’s most prominent and prolific producers.
He recently returned home to Toronto where he’s hoping to continue his unconventional career.