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It starts of rather sleazy but ends up being very sweet.
Alex House and Jenny Raven play two teens who have just met. Out of the blue, the girl announces that she wants to have sex but wants to know nothing about the young man--not even his name. She just wants sex...NOW. Unfortunately, she's picked the wrong guy, as he lives way far away from downtown Toronto where this was filmed. In fact, he lives at the very last stop that public transportation reaches--Long Branch. It's a very cold night and she doesn't want any small talk. And so, after two hours, they finally reach the house...and are exhausted. And, not exactly in the mood.
This film from Dane Clark and Linsey Stewart works well mostly because the acting is so good. Although you know little about these two characters, you start to like them because of the fine acting and excellent job by Clark and Stewart.
I almost turned it off early because the whole idea of teens and a one night stand is very unappealing to me (I am a dad with daughters about the same age as the characters!). However, over time this film impressed me and ended up being a bit sweet.
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