Reviewed by edwinjamescalin
on 09/08/2016 14:00

With the lead characters involved in a band, it's expected that there's a couple of musical soundtracks that are featured in this film.  I find this debut film of Wichmann to have a raw yet realistic take on lesbian relationships and romantic failures.  It takes viewers along on a ride, to witness Sally and Liza's last three days prior to their break-up and viewers witness scenes of partying and even drug use,  things that in one way or another contributes to the pair's relationship decay. There's great promise in terms of acting performances, and Redstone and Anderson as the two leads give impressive portrayals of their characters. Needless, to say there are times when viewers can notice shaky camera movements although this could've been done on purpose as some kind of metaphor.  Emotional at times,  do check this out especially if you're very much into the LGBT genre.