A largely improvised script allows the dialogue to ebb and flow throughout the film like natural conversation. Although this is a credit to the actors, watching couples have arguments does tire after a while. Whilst the relationships are realistic, there are some couples you rather wish would just break up.
The most honest and enjoyable relationship is a friendship between old friends, which felt like it could have been explored more as the interplay between the different couples is side-lined for the romance. There are genuinely funny moments however, and the essence of friends away together is wonderfully captured.
This honest portrayal of relationships in trouble tires as we get to know the characters more and watch their repeated arguments.
DIRECTOR: William C. Sullivan
WRITER: William C. Sullivan
CAST: Sarah Wharton, Mark Berger, Nicole Pursell
SYNOPSIS: Three couples on a weekend away are forced to face up to their relationship issues.