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directed by Guy Pigden
starring Guy Pigden, Liesha Ward Knox, Astra McLaren, Harley Neville, Samantha Jukes, Michael Drew, Michelle Leuthart, Peter Coonan, Jay Simon, Kassie Watson, James Fox, Lucas Blank, Simon Ward, Coen Falke, Kristian Damsted, Rebecca Parr, Elizabeth McMenamin-Pervan, Sarah Tress, Kelvin Taylor, Carey Lee, Louise Higgins, Rick Schaeffers
written by Guy Pigden, music by Matt Caradus, Chris Geddes

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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At the wedding of his friends Henry (Harley Neville) and Isabelle (Samantha Jukes), who have also just had a baby, wannabe filmmaker Alex (Guy Pigden) has to notice how people around him have moved on while he's still chasing his elusive dreams - and at the tail end of his twenties still lives with his parents (Michael Drew, Michelle Leuthart). But he also meets two women from his past, his former best friend Jenny (Liesha Ward Knox) he feels he still has a connection to, and hot Stephanie (Astra McLaren), who seems to be interested in him. And while he spends the night with Jenny - which amounts to no more than spooning, he's quick to show up at Stephanie's when she suggests going out ... which eventually leads to sex, and to a sort-of relationship, "sort-of" because they seem to never be emotionally fully attached to one another. And that's fine for Alex, as he still has Jenny to fall back on, and the two always have a good time - which eventually leads to sex. But despite being the very best friends and soulmates who're having sex, they both don't want to have a relationship with one another, so much so that Alex keeps seeing Stephanie without keeping it a secret from Jenny. Everything seems ideal until Jenny tells Alex she's expecting his baby ...


A quite moving film about love, relationships and everything in-between that really works because it doesn't treat its subject in an academic way with presenting a fix-all answer on a silver platter, but goes about everything in a slice-of-life sort of way, without much spectacle but all the more grounded storytelling, making it much more relatable in the process. And thanks to very solid performances and a subtle directorial effort, this strategy comes to life very beautifully.


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