After an ill-timed and very public marriage proposal, fiercely independent Sarah breaks up with her overeager boyfriend Kevin. Sarah turns to her sister Beth for support, but Beth is too busy obsessing over the details of her own wedding to Kevin's band mate, Andrew. When Sarah suddenly finds herself caught up in an intense rebound romance with the adorable Jonathan, she is forced to examine her own fears of commitment and vulnerability. With honesty, heart, and humor, all five struggle with the trials, happiness, and pain of modern love. In the end Sarah must decide - is it better to stay safely single or to risk it all on love?
||December 14th, 2012 (Limited) by IFC Films|
March 22nd, 2013 (Limited) by Entertainment One
||June 11th, 2013 by Mpi Home Video|
||R for sexual content, language and brief drug use.|
(Rating bulletin 2245, 10/17/2012)
||Musicians, Wedding Day, Relationships Gone Wrong, Artists, Delayed Adulthood|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Huffington Productions, XYZ Films, Curious Films, Instinctive Film, Gilbert Films, Night & Day Pictures|
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