Natasha Allen is Kate, a missing woman who returns with no memory of her ordeal and little memory of her life before. She scrambles to maintain some semblance of normalcy. As she begins to relive her resurfacing and sometimes frightening memories, she starts to question her past, her relationships, herself, and most of all the nature of love.
Originally from Montreal, Natasha can be seen in features Death of a Virgin (2009) and Amy George (2011), as well as the short film Bread and Kisses (2010).
Randy Thomas is Roger, a solitary figure with no real friends or family. Reconnecting with Kate, he soon becomes the focus of her affections, for better or for worse.
Besides having roles in The Rocket: The Legend of Rocket Richard (2005), Connor Underground (2010) and Textuality (2011), Randy is also an instructor and founder of the Actor Advantage Program, a step by step marketing and business plan for actors.
Geoffrey Hymers is Chris, a sincere and vulnerable man whose chance encounter in a bar will draw him into Kate's world of exploration and uncertainty.
Geoffrey is an actor from Toronto, Canada, but currently resides in New York City to complete his MFA in Acting at the Actor's Studio Drama School at Pace University. He was cast in a lead role in the feature-length romantic comedy English Butler Masala Chai (2010), as well as the upcoming TV pilot Second Jen (2014).
Brandon Brophy plays Martin, a self-involved professional and Kate's former boss. Martin's motives seem questionable, but Kate is short on friends.
Brandon is a vocal coach in Toronto, having worked with national and international recording artists and award winners such as The Weeknd, Hollerado, Darkest Days and more. He is the author of The Singer's Instinct, Director of Singer's Edge downtown Toronto and Co-Founder of Vocology In Practice in Los Angeles.