Gabe tries to get over a break-up by dating, while his friends head for an epic showdown in their relationships. It's about how 20-somethings deal with relationships in New York marked by technology and booze.
Gabe (Lukas Raphael) is in his late twenties, in a relationship he thinks is working well, runs a Bookstore and is vaguely creative. His life is fairly uneventful until Chloë (Carolina Perez), his career focused girlfriend breaks up with him and goes back to her successful ex, Emile (Daniel De Lange). To make matters worse, Chloë and her best friend Steph (Andrea Boehlke) is part of the circle of friends from college, which tries to navigate this new rift in the group. With a mixture of drinking and playing Poker, Luke (Joe Mullen), Olly (Alexis Smith) and Jack (Peter John Wallace) try to get Gabe to move on, and Fitz (Jonathan Eric Forster) his eccentric co-worker introduces him to online dating. Too much choice, too many weird dates, a train-wreck night with Sam (Gina Vitori) and one slightly mad foreign Artist, Alice (Daphne Di Cinto), Gabe tries to figure out what he really wants in life, while Chloë makes a dramatic choice for 'stablity', and some friends reveal a secret that ...Written by
Very intelligent, well done film that kept your attention and surprised you throughout, especially at the end. I was very impressed with the acting, specifically the portrayal of Gabe. It's a very high quality, enjoyable indie that's well shot with great direction. It's also a quick watch since it's only an hour. I highly recommend it, you won't be disappointed!
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