A funny and irresistible story of a young girl who literally cannot see or hear her mother, even though she is living with her under the same roof. With the help of an eccentric psychiatrist and a local, accidental hero, our heroine has to grow up, but falls in love and eventually takes hold of her future - despite not being able to see what's right in front of her.

  • Nov 8, 2019
  • Comedy

Cast & Crew


    Aidan Turner was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1983. After graduating from the Gaiety School of Acting in 2004, Aidan appeared in a number of stage productions, many with Ireland's national theatre, The Abbey. Such productions included The Plough & The Stars, Romeo & Juliet and A Cry from Heaven. In 2008, Turner made the transition to movies and television with a lead role in the film Alarm and a co-starring role in the popular Irish TV drama The Clinic. In 2009, Turner moved to the UK to take on a starring role in BBC's acclaimed Being Human. Aidan played the spellbinding "Mitchell" for 3 seasons during which time he also starred in BBC's Desperate Romantics and BBC's top rated TV movie Hattie. In 2011, famed director Peter Jackson cast Turner in the role of Kili in JRR Tolkien's The Hobbit. The highly successful movie trilogy filmed for approximately two years in New Zealand during which time Aidan also starred in Cassandra Clare's The Mortal Instruments. In 2014 Turner was cast as Poldark in the BBC remake. Aidan was the only actor considered for this charismatic hero. Poldark premiered to excellent rating in the UK in March 2015 and also in the USA in June 2015. The BBC series also aired across Europe and Australia and returned for a second series, aired during 2016. In 2015 Aidan took on a small role in The Secret Scripture so he could work with one of his favorite directors, Jim Sheridan. He also voiced a role in the first painted animation movie, Loving Vincent, co-starred in the dark comedy, Look Away and starred in the BBC mini series, And Then There Were None. A third series of the hugely popular Poldark aired in the spring and summer of 2017.
  • Benjamin WalkerActor

    Benjamin Walker was born Benjamin Walker Davis in Georgia, and was raised in Cartersville, GA, the son of Jeannine (Walker), a music teacher, and Greg Davis, who worked in finance and owned a movie rental store. He has one older brother. Walker was educated at Cartersville High School in Georgia and the Interlochen Arts Academy in Traverse City, Michigan, before studying acting at the Juilliard School in New York. Whilst at Juilliard, Walker got his first experiences of performing for paying audiences as a stand-up comedian. His acting break came in 2007, when he was cast as Bertram Cates in a Broadway production of 'Inherit the Wind'. Further theater roles followed, including playing Andrew Jackson in the rock musical 'Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson', which was critically acclaimed. Walker first came to film-goers' attention when he played the young Kinsey in Kinsey (2004). Other film and TV roles followed including Harlon Block in Clint Eastwood's Flags of our Fathers (2006), and playing another president, Abraham Lincoln in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012).


  • Chloe SevignyActor


    Actor, writer. New York City native Jason Fuchs has been acting since the age of 7 when he appeared at Lincoln Center in the play "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" with Sam Waterston. In 1996, Jason made his feature film debut as Marvin in "Flipper" opposite Elijah Wood and Paul Hogan. Back on stage, Jason originated the role of Jonathan the "turkey boy" in Madison Square Garden's musical production of "A Christmas Carol", a role he reprised for the first three seasons of the show's run. In 1999, he was nominated for a Young Artist Award for his performance in the feature film comedy "Jane Austen's Mafia!". Jason was next seen in a leading role opposite Ben Kingsley in the family film "Spooky House". Jason has also been seen in a number of guest-starring roles on TV, including episodes of "Cosby", "The Sopranos", "The Beat", "Law & Order: Criminal Intent", and "Ed". He received his second Young Artist Award nomination for his guest starring role on an episode of "Law & Order: SVU" in 2003. On stage, Jason originated the role of JoJo in the initial New York reading and subsequent Toronto workshop of "Seussical the Musical". In 2004, Jason performed in the Atlantic Theater Company's production of the Howard Korder play "Sea of Tranquility". In 2005, Jason starred on-stage in the off-Broadway rock musical "Gorilla Man" from OBIE-award winning playwright Kyle Jarrow. Jason and the cast of "Gorilla Man" were invited to and performed at the 2005 OBIE Awards in New York City. Most recently, Jason wrote, produced and starred in the 2006 short film "Pitch". The film made its premiere at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.