Alyssa, a successful photographer, wakes one morning to find her apartment ransacked and her husband mysteriously missing. Left without even a photograph to offer the police, she turns to his colleague Eve, a talented jazz pianist with a flirtatious charm and disarming grace. Eve helps her confront her husband’s longtime struggle with depression and to, over time, accept his absence. While getting to know this woman through such unusual circumstances, Alyssa is surprised to find herself falling in love again.

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a Metamorfic production
Directed by: Savannah Bloch
Written by: Colette Freedman and Savannah Bloch
Produced by: Jen Prince, Jhennifer Webberley and Savannah Bloch
Co – Producers: Colette Freedman and Carter Smith
Music by: Robert Lydecker
Director of Photography: Johanna Coehlo
Production Designer: Allison Fry and Kristin Thomas-Scott
Costume Designer: Mikael Sharafyan
Sound Design: Nikola Simikic
Edited by: Ryan Liebert
Featuring: Tania Nolan, Rachel Crowl, Mary Holland, Karan Soni, John Kassir, Anne Gee Byrd

"Featuring an extraordinary breakout performance from Rachel Crowl and an evocative jazz score by Robert Lydecker, Savannah Bloch’s directorial debut is insightful and original, both an engaging psychological thriller and a uniquely frank depiction of the difficulty of retaining one’s own identity within the confines of a romantic relationship." - Malin Kan /LAFF

“It's not just the individual, but the family that transitions; identifying the grief, and understanding exactly what is being mourned rather than who, what is the sexual identity of those partnering with trans partners, how does one "do" transition right, and how do you go down this journey that is inherently self absorbed, but critical to your selfhood, and what is the collateral damage?” – Dr. Johanna Olson-Kennedy, Medical Director of The Center for Transyouth Health and Development at Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, Consultant for And Then There Was Eve

“Alyssa's character explores the idea that sometimes transition seems impossible for the trans person, but for a wife even moreso.” - Helen Boyd Kramer, Gender Studies Faculty, Lawrence University; Consultant for And Then There Was Eve

“I’ve made a commitment to not perpetuating the before/after obsession associated with transgender women by never showing the husband before, but only as the woman she sees herself as. My goal is to tell a compelling love story, then spark a conversation.” – Savannah Bloch