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Honesty Weekend

USA 2020
produced by
Colin MacDougall, Leslie Anne Thomas, Lori Kaye (executive) for Putti Media
directed by Leslie Anne Thomas
starring Natalie Ceballos, Evan Watkins, Dioni Michelle Collins, Adam Bartley, Pete Ploszek, Sabina Gadecki, Susan Walters, Allan Wasserman, Emeli, Elizabeth Falkner, Shelby Rose, Kim Strother, Ariel Llinas, Lorraine Pascale
written by Leslie Anne Thomas, music by Mandy Hoffman, Jamison Hollister, Paula Henderson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Ada (Natalie Ceballos) and John (Evan Watkins) have been married for a few years now and have a beautiful little daughter (Emeli), but of late, married life has become a little too much for them, so they decided to go to couple therapy - and their counsellor suggested for them to have an "honesty weekend", where they tell each other nothing but the truth. Now that sounds hard enough to begin with, but for exactly that weekend they've already planned on a trip to John's mother's (Susan Walters) house with their friends for some partying. And somehow they drag their friends into their honesty trip, which leads to Harry (Adam Bartley) and Stella (Dioni Michelle Collins) having problems in their relationship as she wants a baby and he has body image issues, while womanizer Nate (Pete Ploszek) starts seeing the emptiness of his life. But everything's really getting stressful when Delaney (Sabina Gadecki) shows up, John's super-hot childhood friend who's openly lesbian but still able to sweep all men off their feet - and jealousy kicks in with Ada almost immediately, as she thinks John had a lifelong crush on her. Thing is, she has just come out of a relationship, and she thinks about dating men now ...


A very nice relationship comedy that might exaggerate its premise a little, and yet remains totally relatable as at least some of the issues brought up in the movie will speak to pretty much everyone who has ever been in a relationship. And even though the story ends pretty much as expected, the script is written cleverly enough and wittily enough to put in some twists and turns that are bound to surprise - and often hilariously so. Direction-wise then, the movie is subtle enough to keep things grounded even in the crazier moments of the story, while the ensemble cast is likeable enough to really pull in the audience to have a good time on some serious issues.


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