Seven Lovers, an independent film written and directed by Keith Boynton, is now available for rent or purchase on multiple digital platforms including Amazon, iTunes, Microsoft, VUDU, Vubiquity, Dish, Google and Comcast.

NEW YORK, NY, June 16, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ — Seven Lovers, starring Erin Darke and Fran Kranz, follows the story of Laura, a young librarian/nightclub singer trying to navigate the endless complexities of love, lust, and dating in contemporary New York. In a fractured kaleidoscope of genre and emotion, we watch seven of Laura’s romances play out in a series of interwoven vignettes – with each of her lovers laying claim to a very specific cinematic style. From glamorous black-and-white musical to gritty documentary, from crude animation to rapid-cutting montage, Laura’s lovers take her on a journey of joy, pain, and self-discovery – and it all builds up to one defining choice.

R / 1 hr 48 min

Cast: Erin Darke, Fran Kranz, Peter Mark Kendall, Gia Crovatin, Max von Essen

Director: Keith Boynton

Producer: Melisa Breiner-Sanders

Production Companies: Breiner-Sanders Productions & Crazy Lake Pictures

Distributor: Premiere Digital Services

Genres: Drama/Romance

Filmmaker Statement:
“Seven Lovers began life as a pure stylistic conceit. I wondered what it would be like to tell a story in a wide variety of genres – and I wondered what kind of story could possibly lend itself to such a scattershot approach. I knew I wanted the narrative and the genre-switching to complement each other, instead of seeming awkwardly grafted together. And the idea of a woman changing her persona as she moved from lover to lover struck me as the most natural fit.

I hope Seven Lovers resonates with people’s own pain and hopes and disappointments. I hope it reminds people of their friends and their sisters and their exes and themselves. I hope people come out of it feeling a little more hopeful, a little more joyful, and maybe a little more understood. Above all, I hope people enjoy it. After all, a movie is a movie – and if it’s not fun, then what on Earth is the point?” – Keith Boynton

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