’The Green’ :: Every teacher’s nightmare makes for a powerful film
When does an honest concern and attempt to help a student excel in life cross the line for a teacher and become inappropriate conduct? And do such accusations put in question your relationship with your closest loved ones, friends and family, alike?
The latest offering by Table Ten Films, co-founded by Molly Pearson and screenwriter Paul Marcarelli, better known as the Verizon "Can you hear me now?" pitch man, "The Green" addresses these questions with a storyline that puts into question the perceptions we as a community place upon our society. Marcarelli was able to explore the headline-grabbing narratives concerning inappropriate teacher-student relationships and our quick reactions to judge in such cases.
As an actress, BeBe was introduced to film with a lead role in the independent film "Under One Sun" with her character dealing with religious, racial and gender issues. Additionally, she appeared in the campy musical "Devious, Inc" (Australian Film Festival, San Francisco Short Film Fest) also adding additional vocals to the musical soundtrack. Both of these performances led to her selection for a lead role in Aisha Media’s next short film series, "Con-tin.u.um" to be released in 2012.