A lonely artist living in a luxurious palace with her emotionally distant architect husband finds herself forced to choose between a life of empty comfort or an existence of infinite unpredictability when her dying passions rekindled by a mysterious free spirit. To the outsider Jean (Kelsey Oldershaw) has everything a woman could ever want in life; a beautiful home, a wealthy husband, and as much time as she needs to create her art. But Jean's husband Paul (Horatio Ledon) is simply unable to meet his wife's emotional needs, leaving her open and susceptible to the charms of the joyously unpredictable Viggo (Andy MacKenzie). As Jean is increasingly drawn in to Viggo's carefree world where every desire is met and emotions burn white hot, she finds that she must learn to find a happy middle ground somewhere between passion and predictability. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
OMG, seriously folks I can't believe this actually made it into production! The script was so juvenile, no better than a high school play. The acting is equally amateurish, like watching a scene out of an intro to acting class. It was so painful to watch I couldn't make it pass 20 minutes, if that. Seriously I don't even want to give it a 1/2 star. I rented it expecting some foreign film. The cover was so misleading! Said it won some awards. It doesn't even deserve the Razzies. Total waste of time! Rent Unfaithful with Diane Lane to see the same premise done properly.
Everyone was so realistic, I forgot I was watching a movie. It was slow moving & nobody's happy, but it kept my attention throughout. Beautiful Kelsey Oldershaw starts an affair (sparse nudity) with an unemployed druggie & as a result, her life takes a hit. I hope to see these great actors & movie crew in a less stressful setting sometime.