Lashonda‘s a driven, successful businesswoman
with a passion for Korean food (and Korean men);
Sung-min‘s a laid-back artist who loves good music
as much as he loves to kick back with a comic book.
When their marriage goes sour,
they both seek out affairs online…
and accidentally end up secretly dating each other.
This quirky new film explores the things we’re really married to–like our work, our hobbies, and our habits–and the ways it can be fun and fulfilling to “cheat” on them. It’s a celebration of marriage that doesn’t hide from the problems with happily ever after, and it’s rocking the internet even in pre-production: we made the top 15 percent of films at the Austin Film Festival in 2016, and finalists at the Beverly Hills Screenwriting Competition this spring. We’re crowdfunding April 1st, 2017! Help us out, join our e-mail list, and in the meantime, visit this site for updates, marriage “cheats,” and an ongoing conversation about diversity and representation in movies.
And if you want to help us make an awesome romantic comedy starring an Asian guy and a Black girl, feel free to visit our donation page and pitch in!
by William Jeon Read Part 1 of Will's journey at Yomyomf.com. Santa Monica, California. Old white and yellow walls close in around me as the freeway roars. My little studio apartment shudders as I hunch over a bowl of cereal—my breakfast, lunch, and dinner—scanning...read more
We're throwing a party on Saturday, May 13th from 1-3pm EST! Saturday morning, our top-tier backers ($30 and up) will get e-mails with a link to a private hangout link. Invitees will be divided into 2 teams: -Team Lashonda, for our high-achieving, K-pop-loving...read more
Hey. Back in 2011, Dr. Kanazawa ran a study looking at "subjective" and "objective" attractiveness, and concluded that Black women are just less beautiful overall. Psychology Today eventually hid the article he wrote, and other scientists have criticized his use of...read more