Do you believe it is possible to find your soulmate? At an adoption information session out lesbian writer, Peyton (Tracy Dinwiddle) meets Pastor’s wife and photographer Elena (Necar Zadegan) and they exchange business cards. When Peyton asks Elena to collaborate on a project with her, their friendship begins. As they share information about their lives and experiences, the attraction begins to grow. During a photo shoot for Peyton’s new author image, the tension mounts to nearly the breaking point. Although Elena doesn’t believe that she is a lesbian, she does find herself irresistibly attracted to Peyton. When Elena shows up at Peyton’s front door, she has one thing on her mind and the viewer is treated to a gloriously long make out session, including the longest screen kiss (3.5 minutes) in cinema history. After one taste of lesbian love, Elena is smitten and what started as a “crush” now advances quickly into a full-blown affair with exquisitely sensual love making scenes. Their love however, becomes so intense that Elena is unable to contain it any longer and she must choose between her husband and the woman she has fallen in love with.
Writer/director Nicole Conn creates a wonderfully moving portrait of a woman caught in a loveless marriage who falls deeply in love with another woman. The film is well paced, capturing the early days of the women’s attraction and all the excitement, nervousness and longing that goes along with it. The chemistry between Peyton and Elena is superb; the sexual tension virtually crackles on the screen.
Author of the 2012 & 2013 Lesbian Film Guide