GILLERY'S LITTLE SECRET is a female-driven examination of the depth that lies between love and friendship. Gillery Poiencot returns home for her 20th high school reunion. While there, she ...
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GILLERY'S LITTLE SECRET is a female-driven examination of the depth that lies between love and friendship. Gillery Poiencot returns home for her 20th high school reunion. While there, she is confronted by a young girl seeking answers that she believes only Gillery can resolve. However, her journey to answer these questions forces her to confront a past love, uncovering a hidden secret only now forced into the light after eighteen years. Written by
Great chemistry, unique spin on an old love story theme.
My only complaint is that GLS was only 25 minutes long. I wish it was a full feature length film (with the same actresses of course). Despite the short air time, it was highly entertaining with a unique plot and fantastic chemistry between Gillery and Abbie.
GLS provided an interesting twist on an age old story that is usually told from the male point of view. Namely, an old flame returns home for a high school reunion while the paternity of a child born to the girl left behind is in question. Obviously in this case, the flame returning home couldn't be the biological parent, but the unique circumstances in this tale made it just as fun to watch.
Gillery and Abbie were the highlight of the film. Their chemistry was red hot and they left you wanting to see more of them as a couple. Kudos to all involved in the production of this gem.
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