Consider the Apple (2009) - Watch Online. Directed by Jay Lee

Genres Romance     Short    
Director    
Writers Lisa Peacock (writer)
Mark Stawecki (main writer)
Cast                                
Country USA
Language English
Runtime USA:3 min
Plot ... search for Consider the Apple on IMDb

Streaming resources for this Jay Lee Romance, Short Movie

  • Consider the Apple (2009) - IMDb

    Directed by Jay Lee. With Brett Ashley, Jay Brigham, Rick Dyer, August Labrec. When Snake tries to come between Adam and Eve during an art class, love has to struggle to see the truth.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1442491/

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