- Director: Doug Archibald
- Writer: Doug Archibald; Kristin Archibald
- Producer: Isabel Adrian; Doug Archibald
Twins...always fascinating...until you meet these two...both, devoid of personalities!
This film is so underplayed and underwhelming...it has the double effect of a soporific sedative.
They both fall for the same chap...who 'kinda' falls for both of them...in a metro-sexual sort-of-way...
So...on the face of it...this is a film about want, need, attraction, passion...these twins are definitely needy, minimally wanton and nowhere near as attractive as the script stipulates! As for the passion, not a whiff!
Rather than get down and dirty...she prefers to moan and talk gibberish, he learns to tie a bow-tie and moans...then, they moan together!
It's akin to waiting for the party to start...sadly, it never does!
Twins, Krystal and Donny, 28, have been codependent their entire lives, still living together in a converted one-bedroom house. When they both meet and start dating the same guy, they remain in denial about it until he picks only one of them, forcing them to confront that they can no longer live the same life. With nowhere to turn for advice except each other and, and their mother, the twins are finally forced to look for answers from within. I Love You Both is a funny, touching and realistic film.