The story of New York cabdriver Michael Shiver and his unlikely relationship with a married supermodel named Sarah Easton. Despite their initial intentions, Michael and Sarah end up in a passionate affair which challenges both her deep seeded ambivalence about having a high-profile life and his comfort in obscurity. –IMDb
Eric Schaeffer (born January 22, 1962) is an American actor/writer/director in film and television.
Schaeffer graduated with a degree in drama and dance from Bard College, in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. After graduating, he drove a NYC cab for 9 years, during which time he wrote two stageplays, a novel, 20 screenplays and various other works.
He rose to fame with fellow actor/writer/director Donal Lardner Ward on the 1993 independent film, My Life’s in Turnaround, which was made in 15 days for only $200,000. Schaeffer and Ward parlayed Turnaround’s success into Too Something, a short-lived television series that was briefly renamed “New York Daze.”
He signed on as a client of Creative Artists Agency and made a deal to direct, If Lucy Fell, for $3.5 million at Columbia TriStar.
In 1997, he starred opposite model Amanda de Cadenet in Fall, about a cab driver who picks up a model and takes her back to his apartment, where they begin a passionate affair. In… read more