Directed & Written By Eric Byler.
Starring: Jacqueline Kim, Eugenia Yuan, Michael Idemoto, Matt Westmore, Shizuko Hoshi, Kimberly-Rose Wolter.
Nominated for two 2003 Independent Spirit Awards and hailed by Roger Ebert as a breakthrough for Asian American filmmakers, Charlotte Sometimes is a mysterious and erotic romance exploring the kinds of love for which there are no names or clear arrangements. Michael Idemoto (Sunsets) stars as Michael, reclusive auto mechanic captivated by a mysterious drifter, Darcy (Jacqueline Kim, 2003 nominee for Best Supporting Actress, Brokedown Palace, Volcano, Disclosure, Star Trek: Generations, TV's E.R., West Wing and Xena: The Warrior Princess). Lori, (Eugenia Yuan, 2003 Hong Kong Academy Award winner for Three, TV's NYPD Blue, Martial Law, Beverly Hills 90210) co-stars as Michael's tenant and best friend who, despite her live-in boyfriend, may hold the key to Michael's heart. When the women in Michael's life meet fact to face, Michael is forced to choose between a daring tryst with an alluring stranger, and the habitual comfort of his bittersweet obsession.
Eric Byler, director of "Charlotte Sometimes", "Tre", and "Americanese", brings the pilot: "my life...disoriented". Life gets turned upside down for Kimberlee and Aimee Fung when they move from San Francisco to Bakersfield, CA.Kimberlee and Aimee are among only a handful of Asian American kids at North High and realize that every choice they make—from where to sit at lunch to what clubs to join—will determine where and if they fit in.