Necking necking necking!
A woman brings a man home to meet her husband. The open marriage collapses overnight.
Marnie (Colette Kendall) and Philip (Lee Kim) have been necking all evening. Necking at the party, necking in the car. When Marnie brings Philip home, they are greeted by William (Peter Nelson), her husband. Marnie and William are serious about parties, and they’re not going to let their guest get away so quickly. So William serves Scotch. They laugh their way through awkwardness. And neck some more. And dance. But Philip learns that the couple’s nonchalance about their open marriage is a veneer ready to crack.
Colette Kendall, Lee Kim, Peter Nelson
WRITER & DIRECTOR: Norman Yeung
PRODUCER: Morgan Rhys Tams
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Sarah Kolasky
PRODUCTION DESIGNER: James Algie
COSTUME DESIGNER: Claire Edmondson
EDITOR: Adam Garnet Jones
SOUND DESIGNER: Tim Moore
COMPOSER & MUSICAL DIRECTOR: David Arcus
CHOREOGRAPHER: Aurora Stewart De Peña
TITLES & ANIMATION: Tim Moore
“A luscious mélange of Jean-Luc Godard and François Ozon, this suitably black & white love triangle manages to find the right balance between uncomfortable edginess and droll levity.” - Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival