5-Steps To Get Over Your Ex Film

A drama about using 5 steps to get over your ex.

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Title: 5-Steps To Get Over Your Ex Film

Producer/Director: Devin T. Robinson X “Egypt”/Chet Brewster

Cast: Devin T. Robinson X “Egypt”, Alexa Rachel, Conphidance, Taliesin Powell, Kaleb Marazon and Amanda Young

Genre: Short Film/Drama

Runtime: 19:59

An author teaches three people to use five steps to get over their Ex’s. Some fail, some pass but everyone learns how hard it is to get over an Ex.Based on the novel, "10 Steps To Get Over An Ex...FOR GOOD", three lives intertwine in a funny yet dramatic story about the true journey of getting over an Ex. They prove break up recovery is a psychologically and sometimes physically damaging process that can leave permanent scars.





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