Julie and David have been married for 6 years. Julie is needing a spark to ignite their passion they once had and when she runs into their mutual old friend Marc and his new free spirit ...
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Two middle-aged couples are linked by more than just a lifelong friendship. While relaxing on a Caribbean island, they get an unconventional idea to enrich and, as a result, complicate their sexual lives.
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Julie and David have been married for 6 years. Julie is needing a spark to ignite their passion they once had and when she runs into their mutual old friend Marc and his new free spirit girlfriend, Catherine , Julie invites them back with the hopes of stirring things up. David and Marc's relationship is ambiguous to say the least and Catherine free spirit is infectious. Julie and David soon find themselves questioning who they are and how they feel about marriage and relationships and wondering what if.... Written by
A Film About Adults, From An Adult Perspective, How Very Rare and Cutting Edge
You'd have to be very unhappy and hopelessly jaded to not enjoy this film, or perhaps just too young to understand anything about it. I was intrigued from beginning to end and completely mesmerized by the stunning cinematography, the beautifully naturalistic scripting and acting, as well as the absolute beauty of all four characters and actors. This is an intense study on the fragility of the human spirit, the bargaining and compromising of co-existence, and the depth and complexity of the constant reckoning of our lives we face daily... by the hour.
There's a lot packed into this film and it gracefully dances on some vulnerabilities that most of us can't even admit to harboring. Very smart and concise without a grain of fluff. A good story is always about what isn't said. If you want to see a reflection of life that hammers out the truth and spoon-feeds you every bite, then watch an action film or Dirty Dancing. If you prefer films that allow you to explore what people are actually thinking, then let yourself go... and enjoy this. A nice, refreshing swim.
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