Follows a young New York couple who, after four years together, have grown stifled. Desperate to escape their ennui, but fearful of life apart, they decide to intricately strategize their own break up. Daryl and Zoe create a maze of rules and boundaries, hoping they can avoid the pain of separation by slowly weaning themselves off of each other. Setting days on which they can speak and days on which they can't, the two twenty-something's are forced to confront their already embedded fears of self government.Their experiment becomes an exploration of independence within the confines of a relationship--monogamous or poly-amorous.
Winner of two awards including the Grand Chameleon Award and the award for Best Narrative Feature at the 2009 Brooklyn International Film Festival.
Released in United States April 9, 2010
Released in United States June 2009
Released in United States March 2009
Released in United States Spring April 2, 2010
Shown at Brooklyn International Film Festival (Narrative Feature) June 5-14, 2009.
Shown at South by Southwest Film Festival (Narrative Feature Competition) March 13-21, 2009.
Released in United States March 2009 (Shown at South by Southwest Film Festival (Narrative Feature Competition) March 13-21, 2009.)
Released in United States Spring April 2, 2010 (NYC)
Released in United States April 9, 2010 (Los Angeles)
Released in United States June 2009 (Shown at Brooklyn International Film Festival (Narrative Feature) June 5-14, 2009.)