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FeaturesThere Are Two Sides To Every Love Story At a New York City wedding reception, two guests (Helena Bonham Carter and Aaron Eckhart), seemingly strangers, become entangled in a sexually-charged battle of wits. As the night carries on, the nameless couple's repartee deepens to reveal the passion of their past love affair. Unfolding entirely in split-screen, director Hans Canosa's feature de
Long DescriptionAt a New York City wedding reception, two guests, seemingly strangers, become entangled in a sexually-charged battle of wits. But as the night carries on in a cigarette smoke haze, the nameless couple's repartee deepens to reveal the passion of their two decades past love affair. Unfolding entirely in split-screen, director Hans Canosa's feature debut is an unconventional and poignant love story.
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