Synopsis by Bhob Stewart
Wendell Jon Andersson made his feature directorial debut with this drama. After a six-week affair, Alex (Kristoffer Winters) and Zoe (Marisa Ryan of Slaves to the Underground) end their relationship on a painful note. In a post-sex revelation, Zoe hurts Alex by informing him that she's leaving because her former boyfriend James (Dylan Roy) has returned from Europe. Alex knew of this possibility, but he lets Zoe know that their weeks together meant much more than sex. Even though the two split up, they continue to bump into each other. At the same time, Alex manages to avoid his irritating roommate Harold (Jim Lichstscheidl). Angered to see Zoe get a shabby treatment in public from James, Alex confesses his feelings to co-worker and friend Misha (Rachel True of Nowhere-). Zoe finds out that she's pregnant, but she doesn't know whether or not to keep the baby. When Alex learns he's the father, he becomes even more committed to Zoe, informing her that he's ready to start a family. Shown at the 1998 L.A. Independent Film Festival.