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I've just seen this film in "The 14th Mix Brazil Sexual Diversity Cinema Festival" (Rio de Janeiro).
Nice movie ! It's all centered in a discussion between bisexual and open-minded girl Kris, homophobic straight guy J.D., a lesbian girl (Heidi) and a gay man (Rafe).
The script was well-developed and the dialogues quite interesting.
In the center of the story, the girls get more attention and Michelle Mosley (who reminded me of Mischa Barton) and Eleese Longino (a less beautiful and sexy version of Jessica Biel) live up to the opportunity with a great duel (with breakthrough performances) between the two characters and the men (J.D. and Rafe) around them.
Looking forward to seeing the girls again as well as the next film from this director.
Cast: Michelle Mosley (Kris), Matthew Tyler (J.D.), Eleese Longino (Heidi) and Mike Fallon (Rafe).
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