Filmmaker -Screenwriter - producer

Trisha Ray-B © 2017

But the couple is even crazier. They use Maya to spill all the information about her medical history, become a part of her life, let her take pictures with them and use it on the social media, and then, when the time is right ... strike by asking for full custody in their best interest.
What will Maya do? Will she hand over the two innocent lives she purchased from fertility clinic to her worst enemies and save herself from getting disbarred? Or will she choose motherhood over her career? In the battle of the crazies, who will be the real loser and who will win?
To know about Maya's past demons, watch Bodhisattva




Status : Post Production

Starring : Mahie Gill, San Banarje, Romario Solis, Josh Rahman, Gablu Banarje

Written by : Brian Stewart
Directed by : Trisha Ray

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Sequel to Bodhisattva about Maya's kids being in grave danger from ... herself...

Orphan Train is a feature film and a TV Series about a terrorist clan in Mexico, headed by Kingpin Yatze (San Banarje) who has his hands in kidnapping, murders, cartels and now wants to expand his evil kingdom into the border towns between Mexico and USA. FBI has been following his activities but is unable to find him, due to the sophisticated equipment they use to hide their exact location. To fulfil his mission, Yatze's group employs kidnapped children to make weapons for him and carry his bags as mules across the border. EPA Agent Helen Prost (Mahie Gill) is in charge of tracing his whereabouts by tracking the radiation in the corpses that are found across the Rio Grande Valley. At a time when Helen finds a lead to his ranch, four orphans led by the very pious David (Romario Solis) escape from Yatze's ranch with the bags full of bombs still strapped to them, not knowing that the weapons can be triggered remotely by Yatze's scientist Amar (Prateek Karkal). While chasing the orphans, Yatze's men Aziel (Sean Vida) and Alfredo (Alex Lopez) spot Helen and her dog Max (Gablu Banarje) and a chase starts across the mountains. Helen and Max must somehow cross the border and reach safely to the consulate office or they can be killed by these ruthless men.

In this chilling follow up to Bodhisattva, a viscous Maya gets embryo transplant using donor eggs and sperms, with the evil plan to use the two children for vengeance against two former clients who terminated her services after she got invested and impersonated their email.

Her kind of crazy is hard to come by. 

Trisha Ray