If you are looking for flowing dialog, lack of cliché's, though- provoking storyline conflict, then this film is not for you. I'm so glad I watched it on Netflix. Overall, this isn't a good movie but with a higher budget it could be more watchable. In other words, it doesn't seem they were forced together to do a job and behind the scenes hated each other. However, this movie I was engaged and intrigued throughout! How is that a story you can relate to? La terza stagione della serie televisiva Dr. So it has a predictably happy ending. But they just keep talking and talking, i think they told the actors to just improvise.
I don't know how or why but I managed to sit through the entire thing. It's quirky, sexy, honest, and open. A real love story, between 2 people of any sex, should be able to speak to anybody except perhaps the severely homo or heterophobic because we're able to relate to how they get to know each other and their search for happiness. Especially as most of it, happens over a weekend. There is nothing to hang on to, and what's left in its stead is almost impossible to sit through. I know it's all acting but come on at least try to seem interested. .
What dosen't make sense is, that he goes on a business trip when she arrives. I cannot stress this enough. But only lesbians understand lesbians, or bisexuals. Then they have sex but they way they have sex is the funniest part of the whole movie. Hopefully they'll make a part 2 and it'll have better acting, an even better storyline, and a better insight on a lesbian relationships Seriously. .
Followed by more sex and a hilarious scene with the ex boyfriend. A low budget has no impact on the plot or the acting. I know, people talking about love at first sight but. That story makes no logical sense, the characters motivation even less. .
But sometimes, that's all you want in a movie, right? The movie has a single decently funny scene - that is when Rachel's ex-boyfriend calls and accuses her of having stolen her phone. Nothing really happens - there's nothing to drive their relationship forward or test their limits or to develop them as characters that we can care about, relate to, and understand. This in itself would be inappropriate but okay. There isn't much that goes on but if the acting and camera work were better, it would actually be a solid, intimate story. .
However, if you would like to check out of the real world for a while, and watch two beautiful women fall in love Romeo and Juliet style minus the suicides, plus the sensual sex scenes then by all means, this film is worth your time. Oh yeah and after that great and necessary song, they have sex. It would have been more inspiring if played by the cast of Team America: World Police. Especially the shower scene is shot in a really wired angle. Also, the dialogue is pathetic. As a straight man, it made me think and appreciate women more. When an actor can make you forget about reality and care about the character, then they are good at what they do.
The camera work and angles were horrible and even the sound was off. They could have shot the scene in two different locations which is fine if the scene wasn't't suppose to take place in the same room to build erotic tension. It honestly seemed like a high school student made this movie for a project. You really succeeded in pretending to be a terrible character. Honestly, I think the only way to truly understand this movie, is if you're a lesbian. In the beginning it looks okay but sometimes it looks like someone was filming it on their own home video camera.
Two of them are atrocious, one is just bad, and the other is actually fairly decent. The two reconcile and decide to pursue their relationship further. Also when she had her dramatic scene at the end the one you can see her nipples , at least try to cry, if you can't then hide your face in your hands so it looks as if you are crying. . These girls fall in love with each other in a complete vacuum. It has a great ending and I hope for a part 2 : It's something cute for a movie night with your girlfriend and the explore each other deeper than just in the sheets.