After giving up on ever finding a mate, 40-year-old Joe (Randy Ryan) meets his dream girl, Amanda (Ariana Dubynin), and marries her. But when his new wife reveals a very deep, dark secret, Joe begins questioning the true meaning of love. Steve Marra writes and directs this unconventional romantic comedy that boldly challenges prevailing viewpoints on gender and affection.
Production began on April 13, 2009. The budget was under $500,000.
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