Two handsome young couples: Trip and Chloe are cool and hip and old-Greenwich Village hands, whilst Greg and Molly are uptight and unsure as the newbie’s in town. They meet one night by chance in a neighborhood bar … The Four Faced Liar … along with Bridget a pretty and very in-your-face promiscuous lesbian who is Trip’s oldest friend and present roommate. Despite their differences they all soon become firm friends and very quickly Bridget develops a crush on Molly who eventually becomes curious enough to see where it could lead too.
This is a delightful and refreshingly energetic and honest view of life about a charming group of 20 year olds making out in the big city. It is totally captivating and has a sensibility about relationships and romance that is a joy to watch, and although ostensibly a small budget indie movie it remarkably has all the finesse and production values that one expects only from a major Hollywood studio.
R.T.V. I fell in love with it at first sight at Slamdance (the indies Sundance) and encouraged it to be included as the Gala Centerpiece at last years MGLFF. And I ended up giving Marja Ryan-Lewis who wrote, co-starred, and co-produced it, THE ROGER WALKER-DACK AWARD FOR EMERGING TALENT IN QUEER CINEMA for 2010. That’s how much I liked it.