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My Suicidal Sweetheart iJ[h[ Rs an American independent dark comedy film written and produced by Michael Parness.

The initial working title of the film was Saving Grace; this title was later changed to Max & Grace during production, and remained in place prior to its release on the film festival circuit in March 2005.

During an appearance at the 2006 Sacramento Film Festival, Parness remarked that he was dissatisfied with the title of Max & Grace and announced plans to change it to "My Suicidal Sweetheart".

According to Filmmaker Magazine, "Michael Parness was on his fourth career when he stepped behind the camera to direct the comedy 'Max and Grace' in New York

Originally the proprietor of a thriving sports memorabilia business that supported his efforts as a playwright, theater director and screenwriter, he lost most of his savings in the October '98 stock market crash.

'It's what I've wanted to do my whole life,' says Parness. '

'Film allows you to take to the next level what you can do on the stage, like showing a character's inner thoughts or using special effects to highlight emotion.'"

In an interview with, Parness explained how the movie came to be:

From the moment he was six, Max wanted to die.

He tried shooting himself, hanging himself and even throwing himself out of a window.

But somehow, he always managed to survive.

Exasperated, his parents have had him committed to a mental institution, where miraculously he's found something worth living for.

Her name is Grace; she's a wild mental patient whose death wish is even stronger than Max's.

But Max has a plan to save her. They're tapbking their marriage vows, 'til death do us part, and escaping the loony bin for the adventure of a new start. Max thinks Grace will be cured by visiting her mother, but he has to keep her alive until they get there.

She tries overdosing on pills, running in front of a truck and jumping from a bridge, but luckily each time, Max comes to her rescue.

Finally, he brings Grace to her mother and in a bizarre turn of events, the terminally ill oddball orders them to dig her grave. Mom says her goodbyes, but not before she tells Max and Grace that they both have something to live for?she sees a vision of their baby girl in Grace's tummy.

It's more than the hope Grace and Max have been searching for; it's the wonderful beginning of a whole new life.