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Life After Ex

USA, English, 85 mins

  • Director: Jim Fields
  • Writer: Jim Fields
  • Producer: Jim Fields; Chuck Martens

CGiii Comment

We'll keep this short and not-so-sweet...

Life After Ex is truly, truly terrible...to the point that - in places - it's absolutely hysterical. In other places...it's downright offensive.

The only credit the 'actors' can take from this...is their [incomprehensible] ability to keep a straight face throughout...especially with this dialogue!

Nick Knipe...you can't act! To be fair no-one in the entire film can act...there is no evidence of even a smidgen of filmmaking talent on either side of the camera.

This is a masterclass in: How not to make a film. Bless their cotton socks, they did try!

It really is that bad! Watch it on Amazon, if you don't believe us!


Trailer...

The(ir) Blurb...

Life After Ex is a new romantic comedy about searching for love after a gay divorce. Set in the months before the Supreme Court ruled to legalize same sex marriage nation-wide, Dylan Holm must put his life back together after his partner leaves him. However, Dylan is unable to file for a divorce, even though he and his partner were legally married in Iowa, because the state of Nebraska never recognized their marriage. Because of this, Dylan must move to Council Bluffs, Iowa, for a year to establish residency so he can file for divorce there. As Dylan begins to put his life back together and finds a new boyfriend, the Supreme Court rules to make same sex marriage legal all across the U.S.A. Now, Dylan is free to file for a gay divorce and remarry, but things aren't what they seem, and once the truth is revealed, Dylan is finally able to find happiness and true love at last.

Cast & Characters

Nick Knipe as Dylan Holm;
Spencer Wolfe as Steve;
Robert Saladee as Dylan's Father;
Jax Barkhaus as Ray Holm;
Kristy Olson as Dylan's Mother;
Zachariah Barrientos as Brandon;
Stephanie Elrod as Bookstore Manager;
Daniel Selby as Paul;
Douglas Schwarte as Mark;
Ben Gothier as Lawyer;
Anthony Holmes as Anthony;
Dani Cleveland as Destiny;
Eric Lawson as Cameron;
Chuck Martens as Maitre D;
Heather Horst as Jessie The Waitress

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