This surreal period piece will leave you guessing...
A young Norma Jeane dies in an unexplained, mysterious fashion. When she awakens, she finds herself in a womb-like realm, a limbo between the past and future.
Norma Jeane, portrayed by Andrea Kinch, glances at her reflection in a mirror to find her physicality is no longer in her own, familiar body. But is now in a brand new body. She is now known as "The Woman in the Womb." She quickly learns that passage from one realm into the next can only be achieved by facing a series of challenges; one must be subjected to their past misfortunes, sinful deeds and rollercoaster memories in order to pass through and move into a new incarnation.
Alongside ‘Woman in the Womb’ played by Jocelyn Padilla is the character Laine (Lorrie Bacon), a whimsical spirit guide aiding the new soul on her journey in this mirror-like, warped realm.
However, her progress is quickly shaken up when horrific images appear in the magic mirror. ‘Red Death,’ an evil, mysterious succubus portrayed by Lindsey Elisabeth Cork, plays minds games and tries desperately to keep ‘Woman In The Womb’ from progressing. But why? Clues begin to surface of the origins of Red Death and her connections to The Woman in the Womb and Norma Jeane.
Will 'The Woman in Womb' find the strength within herself to end this circle of hate or will she fall prey to Red?
"The word Monroe translates in most languages as 'mouth of the river'. As the film explores the topic of death and rebirth, water and the womb go hand in hand. I wrote this film to show the world a unique interpretation of what happens to our souls when we cross over using a familiar face to tell the story." -Jocelyn Padilla Writer, Director and Producer of I Am Monroe?