Love and Class in Connecticut is an award-winning dramedy directed by Doug Tenaglia and written by playwright Susan Cinoman. The premise: Tina, the black sheep sister, shows up uninvited to her family's upper middle class Connecticut home on the weekend of her sister's baby's naming ceremony. Tina intends to seduce and steal her sister's husband. The film is 40 minutes long and was shot in 48 hours, primarily in one room. Winner: New England Film and Video Festival; Connecticut Film Festival. Official Selection: Berkshire International Film Festival.