Their marriage turning stifling after just four years, a young New York couple attempts to escape their ennui by carefully strategizing their own breakup. Blurring the lines between fiction and reality, real-life couple Daryl Wein and Zoe Lister-Jones star as themselves in order to offer an unguarded exploration of young love, lust, and the hardships of codependency. By exploring alternatives to monogamy, creating arbitrary rules for their relationship, and doing everything in their power to avoid getting emotionally bruised, Daryl and Zoe attempt to discover a means of growing apart, together. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
This film did not deliver as a souful indie film, nor did it consistantly reach the level of humor that it could have. There are a couple of really funny moments, but not enough to sustain me. On the whole it was okay, but I was disappointed.
I can stick with pretty much anything, but this was amateurish, full of college-aged first screenplay type cliche..mother daughter tension over relationships, the dumped boyfriend, acting class attractions etc...ARRRRRRRRRRRRRG!!!
Not worth the time. Could not figure out if I was watching a decent actress portray herself as a bad actress, or if she was just bad. I agree the only decent character (and actor) was Zoe's mom. Other than her, I could not care less about any of the other characters painfully acting their way through a terrible plotline.