Two young actresses fall in love with each other while filming a lesbian love scene, then break up months later, and then are forced to reunite in order to re-shoot the love scene for the movie's distribution.
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Exploring love, in all it's painful and messy glory. Six months ago actresses Zoe and Mal fell for each other at exactly the same moment in time while filming a love scene. After five blissful months together Zoe was decimated when Mal walked away. Three miserable weeks later a very lucrative network broadcast deal was in the works. They only had one request - re-shoot the love scene. Welcome to the set.Written by
I am not normally one to write reviews. In fact, I had to create an account just to review this movie. I despised this movie so much that the effort it took to warn others not to waste their money (or time) in order to view this movie was worth it. Let me be clear. I am a lesbian, so I was excited at the prospect of a potentially good/appealing lesbian-focused film. This was not that film. In fact, it was the opposite of a good/appealing movie. The film only has a running time of 80 minutes, and yet there were many points when my partner and I considered turning it off...but kept hoping it would get better. Let me assure you, it does not get better. There is no plot except for shallowness and self-absorption, if you can call that a plot. I don't actually want to spend more time writing about/thinking about this movie, but consider yourselves warned.
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