Foothill High graduate Neel Upadhye directs Sascha Alexander Daisy at her family's Thanksgiving dinner scene during the filming of "Dating Daisy," which he wrote and directed. Photo courtesy of "Dating Daisy" See more photos Falling in love can be so easy -- and wonderful. But what if the timing is really, really bad? The non-traditional romantic comedy follows two passionate exes who secretly decide to give it one last shot. Upadhye, who is just turning 30, drew on his experiences in his 20s to write the screenplay. In the screenplay, he also used his experience and observations about family dynamics.
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Love is a strange phenomenon. The indie romantic comedy about the honest and crazy truth of dating in your twenties follows Michael Brennan Kelleher and Daisy Sascha Alexander , two passionate exes who decide to take a road trip home together for the holidays and get caught up in their crazy past. When writing the screenplay, Upadhye drew upon several of his own experiences of relationships and breakups in his 20s. Though the minute film on an on-and-off again relationship drama starring a Jewish male lead and a Protestant female lead offered the young filmmaker a chance to showcase diverse heritage and ethnicity, it also helped him maintain a more objective viewpoint.
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