A young, tall, blonde, female photographer, Dee, meets a pretty brunette model, Eleanor, in an upscale hotel suite in New York City for a private photo shoot. They soon romantically connect... See full summary »
Ryan Andrew Balas
Ryan Andrew Balas
When there's a line you know you shouldn't cross...what makes you cross it anyway? Two married strangers who have reached the age where life's disappointments begin to add up consider other... See full summary »
Christopher J. Hansen
Cora Vander Broek,
Marion Rogers (Granny), an elderly lady in the small town of Haley, reluctantly accepts the mysterious Rebecca Torrance as her live-in caregiver, but eventually the two form a strong friendship. Rebecca soon sells Granny on the idea of turning the house into a guest house for travelers looking for free accommodations., which, in turn, leads to revealing Rebecca's dark and fatal secret. A strange ... See full summary »
Bill Oberst Jr.,
Nissa Von Reiter
A down and out journey into a land of raunchy and bizarre sexual encounters. Jackson is a struggling artist with a dead end job and a terrible love life. Lately his loneliness is getting ... See full summary »
Antoine has what every young single man could wish: a promising career, true and loyal friends, and an apartment of his own. However, he's a lonely man, until he meets Clara, a beautiful ... See full summary »
Can a marriage in crisis survive? "Love a la Carte" is a comedic fantasy about struggling monogamists staying married for better or worse, with the help of an online polyamory dating website called "Love a la Carte."
This is a fun debut film from Kestrin Pantera who has taken on aspects of her own life and the people she knows, and made them into a quirky film that looks at relationships, wants and needs within these structures, and how couples deal with the next issue after two people married: kids and well,...how to make a living while keeping your significant other happy. Refreshingly, the film examines gender roles in regards to children, and without being too heavy handed, sends some different messages about women's relationship with the issue of having children or not, all relevant topics for the modern world. The characters are fun, and the use of a Kickstarter campaign is a great eye catching way to get the viewer into the story. Enjoyable watch.
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