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The Colossal Failure of the Modern Relationship (2015)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 23 June 2017 (Canada)
The Colossal Failure of the Modern Relationship is a smart, sexy comedy that explores the truth about relationships today.

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Cat Lytton
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Freddy Fiore
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Richard Avery
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Amy
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Darren
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Heddy
Alvaro D'Antonio ...
Max
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Christine
Astrid Van Wieren ...
Marta
Adam Waxman ...
Andrei
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James
Jefferson Mappin ...
Chef Mario
Kevin Bundy ...
Bob
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Chantal
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Michel
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Cat (Krista Bridges) has a mediocre job, a mundane social life and her relationship with Freddy (Enrico Colantoni) has been, well...uninspired. Enter Richard (David Cubitt), Freddy's boss. Charming, gregarious, astute, and shockingly self-confident, he promises to be everything Freddy is not. Cat and Richard's brief encounter evolves into an affair. Overwhelmed by her own guilt, however, she breaks it off to make a final, sincere attempt to reignite the flame with Freddy with a romantic trip to wine country. Nothing, however, can prepare Cat for what happens when she finds out Richard - accompanied by his perky, perfect young girlfriend, Amy (Brooke Palsson) - is joining them. Written by Alessandra Piccione

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Romantic and charming exploration of our relationships with others, ourselves and our dreams.
15 September 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A deliciously charming,character driven heartfelt story. Beautifully filmed and directed. The cast is excellent. I appreciate the unique qualities each actor brought to the film. I felt it was a perfectly balanced exploration of life's complicated relationships with one another as well as with ourselves. Worth watching.


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