A uniquely LA story of love, family, and the hardships of life in Hollywood, Pink Opaque entered on enigmatic film student “Travis Wolfe,” portrayed by Elijah Boothe (best known from Luke Cage), who struggles to complete his thesis documentary while navigating a dangerous romance with up and coming fashion designer, “Kristen Lee,” portrayed by talented newcomer Ruby Park (right, PlayStation Girl), Travis must also reconnect with his estranged uncle leading to an unfamiliar look at his family history and renewed uncertainty of his future. It’s a story of achieving one’s dreams while juggling multiple priorities, discovering family secrets that endanger a dedicated mission toward desired success, and struggling to hold it all together long enough to figure out the path to a bright future.
Los Angeles is a city of contrast. Palm trees and pavement. Luxury homes shadow the homeless. The famous and the nameless. These inherent contradictions created the friction that sparked Pink Opaque reflecting the individuals and compelling texture that make Los Angeles a distinctive city rocketing this gem of an independent film to the apex of 2020-21 festival achievement with 1091 Pictures winning a bidding war certain to launch breakout talent.