Kat and Samantha have been best friends for years. Kat is given a birthday gift from her mother for a couple's weekend retreat (never mind that her relationship has been over for six months). Sam never seems to have a problem finding men to date - they just never seem to last. Sam convinces Kat to take advantage of the idyllic retreat by pretending to be lovers - how hard could it be? They expect some down time by the pool and maybe a few good stories to bring home with them. What they don't expect is to get immersed in a world where they are surrounded by lovable couples, fighting to keep their relationships strong, and by default, making Sam and Kat face their own shortcomings. They find themselves working on their relationship that isn't really a relationship. During an intense few days, they find the lines between reality and fiction start to blur. Could it be there is really something there or has the "Closer to Closeness" weekend just worked a Jedi mind trick on them?
|Andrew James Jones|
|Jeffrey Vincent Parise|