Hers.Theirs.Ours. (2010)

In a dramedy about interracial relationships, biological clocks and dating, Hers.Theirs.Ours. tells the story of a first date between two women as seen from the perspective of the couple, ... See full summary »

Director:

Aaron Greer

Writer:

Aaron Greer

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Cast

Credited cast:
Amy Johnson Amy Johnson ... Theresa
Elizabeth Isibue Elizabeth Isibue ... Elena
Chris Boykin ... Lance
Letitia D. Murray Letitia D. Murray ... Vanessa
Pete Giovagnoli ... Jay
Marcellus Norwood Marcellus Norwood ... Interviewee
Marta Loren Marta Loren ... Woman on the Street
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mary Czerwinski Mary Czerwinski ... Woman on the Street Interview
Regina Daniels Regina Daniels ... Interviewee
Kat O'Connor Kat O'Connor ... Interviewee
Eva Swan Eva Swan ... Crazy Girlfriend
Darryl Villacorta Darryl Villacorta ... Man on the Street
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In a dramedy about interracial relationships, biological clocks and dating, Hers.Theirs.Ours. tells the story of a first date between two women as seen from the perspective of the couple, their friends and society at large. After exchanging glances at a party, Theresa grudgingly agrees to meet Elena for coffee even though the timing couldn't be worse for starting a new relationship. She slowly reveals to Elena (and to us) the reasons for her cold shoulder, while their mutual friends and random people on the street comment on the feasibility of their relationship. This charming short film, inspired by Rashomon, Watermelon Woman and She's Gotta Have It, explores the nature of perspective, love and the THREE sides to every story. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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