Quinn (Anatasha Blakely, who also directed and wrote this short) is a daydreamer set adrift after losing her soullmate Max (Jacob Sorling).
Adrienne (Whitney Morgan Cox) is the woman who may have caught his eye.
There’s no way these two are going to get along, right?
This may start with mannered conversation but stay with it. It looks great and both Blakely and Cox have the opportunity to really dig into their roles. The camera stays with them and the conclusion of their words, as they spiral out of control, finds the camera locked on what we can see of the aftermath. You may never boil a pot of tea the same way again.
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