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Pretty much a day in the life of two women, who just happen to be writers/contributors to adult comics, whose intimate conversation is overheard by a total stranger. Now is THAT a unique premise or what?
The mere fact that neither of the two women are leading particularly fulfilled lives has not been lost on the electronic eavesdropper. This was Susan Lambert's feature debut and try as you might to WANT to like and admire it for her, its a daunting task.
It was filmed (for those who care about such things) totally in Newtown. (A trendy (these days) inner southern city suburb.)
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