From award-winning filmmaker Derrick Simmons, Nobody’s Perfect tells the story of Sasha, a young woman who meets Morgan, the man of her dreams, or so she thinks. However, once they get married, Sasha’s dreams become a nightmare when she is subjected to an abusive relationship full of control, violence and fear.
This is a powerful story that takes the audience on an emotional journey as two people suffer through the consequences of domestic abuse. Simmons wrote, directed and produced Nobody’s Perfect through his production company, Derrick Simmons Film Works. He also stars in the film alongside Lexi Moeller.
“This movie goes beyond the typical story of woman meets man and falls in love,” said Simmons. “The film delves into the intricacies of what becomes a convoluted relationship, dealing with complex issues that include domestic violence. The film literally reminds us that Nobody’s Perfect.”
After an extensive film festival run that included the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, Nobody’s Perfect is now available on home video.
An award-winning filmmaker, Simmons, a native New Yorker, received the 2015 Best Director and Theatrical Career Achievement Awards from the Poconos Film Festival. Nobody’s Perfect received the 2014 Best Film award at the Mt. Vernon Film Festival.
“I’m very excited about how well Nobody’s Perfect has been received by the filming community,” said Simmons. “It’s been an awesome experience. It has been an amazing feeling to be recognized for doing something you love. I cannot express enough my gratitude to everyone who has supported me through my career in the film industry. There is so much more to come in the near future.”
Directed by Derrick Simmons, Nobody’s Perfect stars Derrick Simmons, Lexi Moeller, Don Wallace, Rick Aiello and Tim Gallin.
Derrick Simmons is available for interviews. Please contact: Darlene Donloe at 248 631-8161.
Nobody’s Perfect: A Derrick Simmons Film is available on DVD, Amazon and iTunes VOD.
Find out more about Nobody’s Perfect at www.nobodysperfectfilm.com
SRP: $12.99 Amazon (DVD)
Rating: sexual content, language.
Run Time: 1 hour 34 Minutes