Matthew Montgomery (Back Soon, Socket) stars as Clark Townsend, a Hollywood manager who finds himself in a weekend retreat with several amusing characters. Unfortunately, the weekend revolves around Clark’s mess of a superstar client.
Gay viewers might recognize Rebeka Kochan from her comical roles in Homewrecker, Fishnet, and the Eating Out films. Here she plays Eddy Malone, a popular actress whose heavy drinking keeps interfering with her career. Eddy’s publicist TJ (Socket’s Rasool J’Han) tries to convince life-coach Pearce Wright (The Lair’s David Moretti) to help Eddy. Eddy agrees to attend Pearce’s retreat with Clark and TJ, but more people from their circle come along, including Clark’s ex-lover.
Clark keeps missing Pearce’s advances, with constant misunderstandings and conflicts marring the weekend. Worried about Eddy’s drinking, and that TJ will give up on her, Clark seems unable to think about starting a new relationship.
With a beautiful wilderness setting, an attractive cast, and constant awkwardness, this romantic comedy provides an enjoyable retreat for its viewers. Montgomery produced Jake Helgren’s screenplay, and Nancy Criss directed. Fans of Montgomery’s other films should enjoy this one as well.
Finding Mr. Wright
Duane Simolke wrote Degranon: A Science Fiction
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