I waited several months for this DVD to arrive and how disappointed I was. In my view the writers must have been constipated - it was like the actors didn't have enough dialogue - they spent a lot of their time looking at each other and smirking - as though they knew the joke was on us poor slobs who would buy the product. The idea was a good one, but please, don't be afraid to flesh out the story a little more with more dialogue. I sincerely wondered if funding had dried up and so they'd had to cut a bunch of scenes.
For example, the main character's "husband" isn't well fleshed out. Why doesn't he protest when his partner packs his bag to move out? Has this happened before? Is he so self-centred that he doesn't even bother to ask for an explanation?
Also, why are the main character's parents so thrilled that he is about to commit adultery, even encourage it, I think, though there's not really enough story around them to know why they treat the "other man" so well. Shouldn't they be a little bit alarmed that their son is about to risk his long term relationship? Don't they have any advice to give their son about the sanctity of marriage and how he'll feel guilt for the rest of his life if he tangles with this writer?
For me the sets lacked something - was a set dresser hired for this movie? Everything seemed very cold and sterile - like no one really lived in any of those houses - but perhaps that's the effect you wanted to create.
The best thing about this movie for me was the cover illustration, followed by regret for what could have been.