Exploring love, in all its 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.
User Reviews: This film was starting to be something then fell flat in the first minute! The blonde’s acting was worse than the redheads and most of the few actors in this were "acting" as if they were acting, if you know what I mean, and not in a good sense. As I’m watching, this the redheads sincerity seemed real in bed about 34 minutes into the film, more so than the blonde. Don’t get me wrong "I LOVE blonde’s"! I don’t understand why they would have put two people of conflict in a film together? Did they or didn’t they know? It seems to me, to be a conspired film, pro LGBT and they could have done it better with a better production and better actors. Maybe this would have been better as a play but this is trying for a gut sense and I don’t get there with the thin acting scenes. 46 minutes in, the blonde in the makeup room is really overacting and not at all what a normal person would experience during a time like this. I could act with or have actual sex with an ex,whether I liked her or not and not act like this! The only touching section of the film was after they filmed and were backstage listening to music and hugging.And "acting director" it’s inappropriate not unappropriate during the backstage argument following the "Do you love her " segment.This movie just proves to me as a hetero that women have the same heartache together as they do with men, so not a better situation just different. The END! Neither of them ever having had a meaningful relationship with others (I’m not sure there was a time line mentioned) seems improbable. The end seemed to be thrown in there as a hard R/X scene to keep the male audiences interested to boost the lackluster 3/4 of the rest of the film.