A real romance filmed over five years. Josephine and Zefrey simmer in the white hot apocalypse of first love until the throw of a dart finds them on a spontaneous trip to the Maldives and cracks open the question -- is their love true or just a performance?
Did You Know?
When asked about Josephine Decker and Zefrey Throwell being so open with their nudity in the film, director of photography Ashley Conner said: "You can't get these two to wear clothes. I'm shocked that they're wearing clothes right now. I've never met two people, and this is from prior to [them] getting together, that they'll just get naked and pretty much have zero reservations about it. I think this translates into the film, within a larger sense, nudity is the least revealing thing in the film. It never gets clinical, but it's one of those things that's just like a celebration of bodies in a way, but also that's not the rawest thing of the film. Watching it, it's painful in so many other ways. The nudity feels like the least saucy part of it. I've seen you guys emotionally naked in far worse positions than you guys having pleasurable-looking sex." See more