My Debut in a short film as Robert in, Not Everyone’s So Lucky. Hear what all the rave reviews are about. Coming to a city near you!

Plot Synopsis

In the heart of Victorian London, a master thief finds himself entangled in a web of deceit and danger when he accepts an intriguing proposition from a mysterious woman. The enigmatic lady, with a glint of desperation in her eyes, offers him a tempting opportunity: to relieve her wealthy husband of his treasures on the very night of her extravagant party.

Drawn by the promise of riches and the thrill of the heist, our protagonist cautiously agrees to the daring scheme. However, as the meticulously laid plans unfold under the cover of darkness, unforeseen complications arise. Just as the thief is about to secure his prize, the husband unexpectedly returns, shattering the carefully crafted illusion of a seamless robbery.

Caught off guard and forced to think on his feet, the thief must navigate a treacherous game of cat and mouse, all while trying to salvage the situation and evade capture. As tensions escalate and alliances shift, he begins to question the true motives of those involved, including his own.

Adapted from Arthur Conan Doyle’s captivating short story “Round the Fire – The Story of B24,” originally published in the prestigious Strand Magazine in March 1899, “Not Everyone’s So Lucky” transports audiences into a thrilling world of noir intrigue and moral ambiguity. Against a backdrop of opulence and deception, the film explores timeless themes of luck, fate, and the relentless pursuit of self-preservation.

As the stakes rise and the night unfolds, our flawed protagonist must confront his own demons and reconcile with the consequences of his choices. In a city where everyone has something to hide and no one is truly innocent, survival becomes the ultimate prize in this riveting tale of chance and consequence.