Indifare Award Winner

Director Writer

Maximillian Decker


Elliott Bush

Cast and crew member’s

Elliott Bush, Julie del Phillips

About Director

Max Decker was born and raised in McAllen, Texas. He moved to New York and studied at the Neighborhood Playhouse with Katheryn Gately while working on All My Children playing the role of Carlos Reyes. Offered the role to Play Guiterez in the 2002 Tony Award winning play “Take Me Out,” written by Richard Greenberg, the play closed in 2003, and Decker journeyed to Los Angeles. He began guest starring on television shows like North Shore, playing opposite Jason Mamoa and working on the Unit with Directors like David Mamet. Max started on the A.B.C pilot, “The Catch,” written and directed by J.J Abrams. Decker has done over a dozen Guest Stars on Television: “Reba”, “Criminal Minds”, “The Mentalist”, “Perception”, “NCIS L.A” and many more.

Becoming an established Acting Coach in 2010, Decker has helped coach many actors and built their careers. He is rooted in the intention of having his actors start off on the right foot, navigating them to secure the best fit of manager and agent.

Decker aids you in finding your acting technique, from Dramatic Imagination to Substitution to Sense Memory work. Script analysis is prioritized, encouraging actors to fully understand their characters.

With over 20 years in the business, Max Decker now operates in a collaborative space that allows his students to reach their full potential and become professional working actors.

Film Overview

During the Astrological period know as Retrograde, where planets appear to rotate backwards, the troubled son of his mentally ill mom copes with her incarceration after she kills his father.

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