Attached at the Soul
Donald Kline struggles with having to leave his wife Margie’s death bed in order to attend a ceremony where he and his wife will be honored for their life time achievements, which include promoting diversity, equal rights, and acceptance. Donald’s daughter, Theresa, however, convinces him that going to the ceremony is the right thing to do. Donald reluctantly goes to the ceremony, but he is only there physically; mentally, he is back in time to the 1950’s when he first met Margie. We see their struggles as two teenagers from different ethnic backgrounds growing up in the racially divided South. They open their hearts to find acceptance, friendship, compassion, and love. When Donald finally becomes both physically and mentally present, we realize just how close and attached he and the love of his life, Margie, really are.
William Leon has been an actor in the Los Angeles area since 2012. After being on over 60 sets that included films, commercials, and PSA’s, William decided he wanted to experience the other side of the camera. As a result, and at the age of 15, William made his directorial debut with Attached At The Soul, a screen play he wrote and labored on for over a year.