Cinematic series Bad Choices features model and actor Mahsa Darabi as Cho.
Cho climbed down the rusted ladder hammered into the gorge wall. The old piping creaked and complained bitterly. Dropping the last few feet into the stream soaked her boots, but watching the mud and blood washing away in the glacial melt water had a kind of hypnotic reward. She swayed, catching a gloved hand on the worn rock wall. The gore soaked burlap sack dripped rivulets of red into the clear water. She'd pushed hard on the need for this particular trophy--but Annika had been insistent, with Isabel quietly backing her play. Defending the town from the have-nots who wanted everything Bad Choices had--that's where her skills were best used, and not appearing at an enemy's bedside to quietly remove their head. She hated the idea of politics--no matter how terrible the world became there would always be people who wanted "political solutions" like this.
Introducing the cinematic world of Bad Choices, a visual screenplay by dramatic conceptual photographer Andy Batt, featuring actress Mahsa Darabi as Cho.
Bad Choices is a story of survivors of the collapse. It explores the dark spaces inside the minds of those who have to make the uneasy decisions that will keep them alive in their post-apocalyptic world--where there's nothing left but bad choices.
Key art poster marketing for the series.