Love happens when you least expect it--as during a one-night stand that lasts three days. When Moulin Rouge baddie David Wenham and upcoming Episode II cast member Susie Porter meet at a party and share a cab home, cosmic energies and the Force (okay, their raging hormones) lead them to her place to get their freak on. But as night turns into day and Porter's one-room studio becomes a microcosm full of past relationship dramas, insecurities and expectations, things stop being polite and start getting real.
By turning the volume up on the conversations they have in their heads and having the actors speak directly to the camera, writer-director Jonathan Teplitzky cleverly pulls the sheets back on relationships and love. It doesn't quite live up to the title (seriously, folks, what movie could?), but this little Australian import will leave you feeling satisfied.