THE CABIN MOVIE is a darkly comic look at the nature of desire, the challenge of monogamy, and the definition of sexuality when a group of friends travel to a secluded cabin in an attempt to revitalize their lives through bizarre games of sexual dysfunction. Katherine, an unemployed housewife who hasn't had sex in a year is intent on getting some with or without her repressed husband Mark's involvement. Jason, a happy-go-lucky cool guy, has shown up without his long-term girlfriend, but with Ginny, a bisexual party girl he met the previous weekend. Ken and Maria, a stable common-law couple, are caught in the middle somewhere between discovery and sexual panic as they try to keep things on track while wrestling with issues of their own. By the end of the night, all their relationships will be called into question and pushed to the breaking point. Written by
This little Canadian film is one of the best independent features that captures beautiful British Columbia, Canada like it should be seen... the story is full of ups and downs that all young couples can relate too, and the whole cast felt so authentic with great chemistry. A very original script, full of dialog that seems so natural coming from the great cast. In my opinion one of the best Canadian Features I've seen in years! Its not very often that a young adult film about sexual exploration and relationships is shown in a realistic view by actors that seem so genuine. Rent this and support these young filmmakers so that more films of this quality will be produced.
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