A waitress reaches her tipping point with a difficult table and serves up her own dish of revenge.
Writer/director/producer: Alysse Leite-Rogers
I put myself through film school by waitressing, so this film is really a purge of that latent and repressed period of my life. Anyone who has worked in service can relate I’m sure!
The film is about changing your perspective. It’s about finding a coping mechanism but, most importantly, it’s about developing a sense of humour within yourself. Life and people can be absurd so being able to have an inner chuckle can make anything bearable or, like Debbie, even lucrative.
About Alysse Leite-Rogers
Alysse Leite-Rogers is a director who has worked in film and television for over 25 years.
As first assistant director, Alysse has worked on pilots, movies of the week, features, and one- and two-hour episodic formats across multiple genres.
Alysse has been employed by most US networks, cable and streaming services.
She began directing second units on MGM’s one-hour drama Jeremiah. In 2017 she directed an episode of Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce for NBCU/Bravo.
She recently completed directing an episode of Warner Bros/CW’s hit show Supergirl which aired this fall. Alysse also wrote a short film The Art of Being which aired on CBC’s Canadian Reflections.
In addition to Tipped Alysse is co-developing several television and feature projects.