Hank and his Husband Tommy struggle to save their 15 years marriage by entertaining the idea of an open relationship. While this might be working well for Tommy, Hank struggles to cope with...
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Living in war-torn Eastern Ukraine Anna is an aging single mother who is desperate for a change. Lured by a radio advertisement, she goes to party with a group of American men who are touring the country, searching for love.
Hank and his Husband Tommy struggle to save their 15 years marriage by entertaining the idea of an open relationship. While this might be working well for Tommy, Hank struggles to cope with the change as well as the challenges of being old.Written by
Greetings again from the darkness. Every relationship has its own dynamics, but few are more challenging than the stark reality of an "open" relationship. Hank (Jason Stuart) and Tommy (Jay Disney) have been married for many years and recently moved to L.A. The new town and the new dynamic in their relationship is just a bit too much for Hank to handle.
Hank's emotional crisis includes the insecurities of a man that is aging, and leads him to a support group, as well as a bar where he drinks too much ... including a most unusual beer-drinking style. Hank is a nice guy that trusts others, and that trusting nature leads him to a situation where he is easily taken advantage of. Left vulnerable and embarrassed, filmmaker Hongyu Li leaves us wondering if any long-term relationship can survive such changes.
It's a film where Mr. Stuart's performance is grounded in reality, and the topics broached are worthy of further discussion.
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