Pizza is a 2005 independent film the follows the life of a very sheltered girl who dreams about having an exciting life filled full of friends for her upcoming eighteenth birthday. The girl, Cara-Ethyl, played by the actress Kylie Sparks, lives in a home with her blind mother, immature little brother, and her imaginary friends. Her life takes a turn for the better when she meets the pizza delivery man (who is played by Ethan Embry). Despite his being over twice her age, the two quickly bond over their shared loneliness and desire to have friends that are not imaginary. The story follows their ensuing romance, and how they manage to fall in love while being judged by their social peers. Pizza was written and directed Mark Christopher, and won the Seattle International Film Festival in 2007. Pizza currently has a small cult following, and has greatly improved the reputation of Mark Christopher, whose other films include titles like Boys to Life, 54, Boy’s Shorts, and The Dead Boys’ Club. The film was shot in Milford, Pennsylvania.