- Director: Isabel Del Rosal
- Writer: Isabel Del Rosal
If you want thrills, spills and chills...then look elsewhere.
This is a film for a certain demographic...for the romantics. And, like 99% of all romances, it follows a familiar, well-trodden route. There are no surprises and all the usual conflicts are pretty civilised.
If this film had finished 23 minutes before it did...it would have been a different film entirely. But, alas, it didn't.
A competently made and performed film...featuring - unsurprisingly - that lesbian trope that no lesbian-themed film can do without...the acoustic guitar.
One for a lazy Sunday afternoon...with a bottle of wine [or two, it's quite a lengthy romance].
At the age of 30 and with a young daughter, Amber Evans is forced to start over after she builds up the courage to leaver her husband and the only life she's ever known. As she struggles to find her way, she meets Logan, a free spirited musician with a kind heart who lends an ear to Amber's situation. What starts out as close friendship however, quickly evolves into an unexpected romance. Now, Amber must come to terms with this new identity, amidst the turmoil of a divorce, before she loses the person that she loves. Will she cave to the pressure, or can she overcome her fears before it destroys her relationship?