A shy office worker finds he's tongue-tied after bumping into an attractive young woman; the moment passes, and he figures they’ll never meet again. But once at work in his office cubicle, after spotting her again in the window of a building across the street, he’ll scramble for a way to attract her attention. Courtesy photo
Down-on-his-luck Richie (Shawn Christensen), having been charged with watching his niece, Sophia (Fatima Ptacek), for several hours, finds — no surprise — that he has no way to relate to the little girl. He’ll eventually learn that honesty and candor go a long way toward building the necessary emotional bridge in "Curfew." Courtesy photo

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