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19 Months takes a comic look at a young couple who believe that romantic love has an expiry date. Rather than stay in a relationship past its due date they have decided to break up. In order to avoid the usual pain, jealousy and loneliness so many others go through during a break up Rob and Melanie have agreed to stay together until each of them has found a new partner. So confident are they in this process they have invited a documentary filmmaker to help show the world their "new and better way." Unfortunately for Rob and Melanie they are about to show the world something entirely different. Written by
Ambitious, I admit. I wish these kinds of films wouldn't advertise themselves as documentaries.
Because "fake documentaries" are probably the most irritating sub-genre ever.
Poor acting, poor strict, the entire production and storyline just reeked of corny, film-student, low-budget Canadian crap. I tried to endure through most of it, "Rob" nearly made me stab the television a number of times. A character so irritating, He could only exist in fiction. Oh wait, no even fiction; mockumentry.
Completely unrecommended. This is the kind of stuff that only belongs on Movie Network On Demand, and anyone viewing it and paying to view it, is a victim of a tragedy.
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