New Yorkers RJ and Rosemary have been trying to have a baby for the past eight years. Surrogacy is their last chance to have the family they want. But once they arrive in Mumbai for the embryo transplant, things go awry. The pressure in the last 24 hours leading up to the transplant brings up surprising revelations about each other. This leaves them vulnerable as they face one of the most important experiences of their lives.
Anya Leta is a writer/director, born in Fairfield, Iowa. She is a graduate of the prestigious UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television (undergraduate screenwriting), and NYU Tisch School of the Arts Asia (graduate directing). After making films in Asia (Singapore and India), she now lives and works out of Los Angeles. Points Of Origin was her thesis film for NYU.