At the age of 19, Long Yin Cheng directed Newman with a budget of $6000 in 11 days of production. After receiving the Rising Star Award at the Canada International Film Festival, and another 3 nominations at the Long Island International Expo, Newman has now been made available to the wider world.
Newman (Dean Kirkright) awakens after an unlikely car accident, to find himself fated with an inconsistent case of memory loss. He has forgotten where he lives, where he works, and even his own father Frank (Jeremy Kewley). Yet his other memories, like those of his friend Bert (Christian Heath) and his passed mother distinctly remain.
Shortly after, Newman starts experiencing extremely realistic and vivid dreams, all of them revolving around a particular girl. Alongside this, he finds himself compulsively obessessed for anything remotely related to boats and the ocean. Feeling out of control, Newman must fight the person everyone remembers him to be in order to become the person he needs to be.