Apparently, this film was in production in 2013 but fell short in funding and could not be completed/released. There was a crowdfunding campaign for
it in 2014 and it is being released at the end of the month on IFC on Demand and in theatres. The timing couldn't have been more perfect. Even though
I'm not a Heigl fan (she slammed Apatow and Rogen during the press tour for Knocked Up and that made me a sad panda) I'm actually really looking
forward to seeing this and might even scrounge up the money to see it at a Cineplex.
Here's the funny part. The trailer (and probably the movie) is cliche and cheesy and that couldn't make me happier. The majority of films with
lesbian couples in them are really depressing. It will be nice to have a fluff film for once with a happy ending.
I hope it does well in the box office too so that film studios will be more open to making these kinds of films and provide better financial backing.
After Ben and George get married, George is fired from his teaching post, forcing them to stay with friends separately while they sell their
place and look for cheaper housing -- a situation that weighs heavily on all involved.
a reply to: MonkeyFishFrog This looks good. I am not a big rom/com fan, but I do like movies that show family dynamics - whether
it is a wedding or after a funeral movie- situations that put families under stress and how they deal.
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