Emma Green has made her directorial debut with her film The Dark Side of a Young Love, which she directed with Josh Friedman.
The film is a film about two young people in the middle of a messy relationship and has a dark side.
It follows two people who grow closer to one another through their friendship and a story of love that goes horribly wrong.
The film has been in development for several years now and Green is now in the final stages of shooting it.
The project is being written by Amy Green, and the film is set in the 1970s, making it a bit of a departure from the usual romantic comedies.
It is also set in a time when a group of young people is on a journey of love.
“It is a beautiful and dark movie, and one of my favorite films of all time.
It’s about two people coming to terms with the darkness of a friendship, which is very much in love,” Green told The Hollywood Reporter.
“There’s a very dark and very beautiful story that is going to unfold.”
Green was previously in the works with Universal Pictures on a live-action film adaptation of The Dark Eye.
She is repped by CAA, UTA and Hansen Jacobson.