Written and Directed by Louise Wadley

A beautiful DJ in Sydney is forced to run when she stumbles on a bag of cash. Can she keep the money, conquer her demons, and get the girl?

Starring the stunning Australian actress Mandahla Rose as E

A glamorous DJ at one of the hottest clubs in Sydney, where the perks of the job include her pick of beautiful women. But in reality, she’s so deeply closeted to her Lebanese parents that she’s broken up with the love of her life, Trish (Julia Billington). When E and her best mate Matt (Brett Rogers) find a duffel bag full of cash, they soon find themselves on the run, with nowhere to go but the desolate Australian outback and the arms of her ex-girlfriend. Australian writer-director Louise Wadley has fashioned a sexy film that hums with suspense and unexpected twists, full of humor and second chances.


To all appearances E (the stunning Mandahla Rose) leads a glamorous life as the sexy star DJ at one of the hottest clubs in Sydney, a job with perks that include her pick of the beautiful women who come to dance to her tunes. But the reality is this daughter of Lebanese immigrant parents is so closeted that she broke up with the love of her life, Trish (Julia Billington); entered into a sham marriage with fey gay best mate Matt (Brett Rogers); and even abandoned her once promising musical career as a clarinetist. When she and Matt find a duffel bag full of cash, the money seems like the ticket to a better life, but the pair are soon on the run—and on a road trip into the outback that may lead E back to the one who got away.

Writer-director Louise Wadley has fashioned a sexy Aussie crime caper that hums with suspense, flashes of humor, and second chances. E was left hollow by her decision to turn her back on her music and what might have been with Trish, all because she was afraid of being honest with her parents. On the road, she is ostensibly running from danger, but the situation forces her to confront what life in the closet has cost her. It also gives her the opportunity to make things right—that is, it will if she survives.