Director Gene Rhee follows up his award-winning, hilarious The Quest For Length (Sundance ‘02) with a much different, equally provocative feature film. In this atypical comedy about sex and relationships, The Trouble With Romance presents a quartet of vignettes on a disparate group of young adults exploring the challenges and heartaches that come with falling and staying in love. The film stars cast members from “Sex & the City”, “Entourage”, “Better Luck Tomorrow” and more.
One hotel and four couples offer countless possibilities about sex, relationships and the nature of men and women in this provocative, smart and funny feature-film debut that explores the volatile and unpredictable dynamics of modern-day romance. Four couples experience the ups and downs of love and all the trappings that go with it that touch the human heart and define any contemporary relationship. A woman thinks she sees her ex-boyfriend during a one-night stand; a wife encourages her husband to enjoy a ménage-a-trois; a man on the verge of proposing to his girlfriend gets dumped; and a young man has an unusual encounter with a beautiful prostitute. With a stellar cast that includes David Eigenberg (“Sex and the City”), Josie Davis (“Beverly Hills, 90210”) and Kip Pardue (The Rules of Attraction), The Trouble with Romance offers an entertaining glimpse into why—when it comes to love—men and women will always endure such trouble with romance.
Special Features: Interviews, Photo Gallery, Original Trailer
88 mins | Not Rated | English | Dolby Surround 2.0 | Region 1 | BG213 | 853937002131