A 20 something woman goes back to her hometown for the holidays for the first time in several years and is not only met with people from her past, but she's forced to deal with unresolved ...
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A 20 something woman goes back to her hometown for the holidays for the first time in several years and is not only met with people from her past, but she's forced to deal with unresolved feelings too.
Finally we, rainbow people, get our own holiday love story on celluloid. Thank you Alexandra Swarens for writing and directing this gem. The movie has the right pace, the build up feels natural, and it is never rushed. The chemistry between the two characters is very genuine and flows perfectly. The intimate scenes are of great taste, although I wish their kisses would have been a bit more intense.. I thought to myself, "they are being careful with this... don't! no one is in real life!".. but still incredible chemistry. Another thing I was having a hard time with was the coffee cups.. it seemed to me they kept drinking the horrible coffee for a long time.. maybe the director missed that during editing, but I thought "the coffee, by now, has to be plain cold... and gone!" The narrative is very real and it is told in a very honest way. I love everything about this film.. and the soundtrack, oh boy!
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