Les brings Tara home to his Brooklyn apartment after an obviously successful date. Things between them are just getting interesting when Les stumbles in to find a surprise party of his close friends, eager to celebrate his recent separation from his long-time partner, Sean. Unaware of Les' new-found interest in the opposite sex, his best friend Alison is caught more than slightly off-guard when she interrupts Les and Tara in a particularly vulnerable position. The rest of the evening is passed by the two friends facing up to some hard truths: Les grappling with this new voyage into bisexuality, and Alison trying to pin down the reason Les didn't think of her as an option. They tackle these issues with a blend of humor, tenderness and tequila. In the end, we see that sexuality and identity are just as undefinable as friendship and love.Written by
Holly Lynn Ellis and Brian W. Seibert
While shooting the steamy make-out scene that opens the film, the director, cinematographer, assistant camera and gaffer were all trapped inside a malodorous, rodent-infested garbage closet. See more »
That wasn't exactly how I wanted you to find out.
Yeah, walking in on you with your face planted in her crotch would have been much more gentle.
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