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Female authors gather at a small northern coastal retreat to work on their writing skills. A first-time guest who lives for the moment finds herself struggling with her sexuality after discovering her roommate is a lesbian. Written by
At First, the story was boring then I started to understand some behavioral responses associated to such situations. The writer of this film was able to convey the message that these characters portrayed. There was passion and fear to break one's own boundaries. Communication varies in different levels and wavelength. Claire(Trisha Todd) and Noel(Karen Trumbo), were able to find how to deal with their differences out of communication. Claire discovered that she's falling for (lesbian psychiatrist) Noel and so was Noel, who both were scared to get into. Noel refused to break her rule about getting involved with straight women. Claire may just be curious about such kind of relationship initially but the passion got real and strong. Great story. I suggest that you watch it.
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