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
This movie is awful. Just people talking over each other, melodramatic, self-absorbed, unscripted crap. The dialogue is just a bunch of, "Oh. Hey. How are you? Good, yeah, me too. Thank you for being here. Are you feeling OK? OK good, yeah, alright. I appreciate you being here. Oh, hey, how are you? Good to see you. Wow, yeah. You'll be fine. Good, OK."
That's pretty much the film. Just stretch it out for 80 minutes and sprinkle with crying, mumbling heart-to-heart conversations, slow piano music, and painfully long shots of people "going through something".
I truly hated this movie.
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