Written and Directed by Aaron Coffman
Why do so many promising romances end up going nowhere? Why do some idealistic romantics settle for safe relationships that don’t truly work? There’s no easy answer to these questions, especially when external factors like jobs and location come into play. A possible culprit for these issues is the lack of communication between the couple that can kill a possible love connection. Even when the chemistry is obvious, it’s normal to see obstacles appear because feelings are kept silent. There’s a reason that misunderstandings are such a huge part of mainstream romantic comedies. While they offer an easy way to keep the leads apart, they also connect with audiences because it’s a universal experience.
This discussion strikes at the heart of All Those Yesterdays, which depicts a reunion of a once-promising romantic duo two years later.