Unintended consequences, Pandora's box, the genie out of the bottle. Julian and Chalice are married three years, affectionate and happy. He teaches at a store-front college, she counsels at Planned Parenthood. Their Lower East Side flatmate is Malika, Chalice's long-time friend who's bisexual. Julian is attracted to a student, Elena, but steps back from an affair. He hatches a plan to convince Chalice to engage in a ménage a trios; she's reluctant, then willing. Julian brings Elena into the picture without telling Chalice he already knows her. Meanwhile, Malika has her own response. Against a backdrop of trouble at Julian's college, emotions roil. How many ways can this go wrong? Written by
This movie was dreadful. It only gets one star simply because I cannot give it any lower.
There was absolutely no redeeming features about this movie. It looked cheap and nasty. Acting was woeful. The dialog was the sort of thing I would expect from something like Party of Five or one of those lame TV series.
Jeremy London looked WAY to young to be a professor, (of what I am not sure because I fast forwarded a lot of it). Completely miscast, not sure that he would be right in anything. This was 45 minutes of my life wasted. I said I forwarded through a lot of this.
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