Fourplay (film)

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Four Play DVD.jpg
UK DVD cover
Directed by Mike Binder
Produced by
  • Jack Binder
  • Sharon Bialy (associate)
  • Keith Hayley (line)
  • Dan B. French Jr. (exec.)
  • James Harbaugh (exec.)
  • Joe Hollenshead (exec.)
  • Mike Peppel (exec.)
  • Steve Shields (exec.)
  • David Zuckerman (exec.)
Written by Mike Binder
Music by Steve Salani
Cinematography Sue Gibson
Edited by Christopher S. Baird
Distributed by The Asylum (USA)
Release date
  • 2001 (2001)
Running time
87 minutes
  • United States
  • United Kingdom
Language English

Fourplay (also known as Londinium) is a romantic comedy film released in 2001.


Fourplay follows the romantically entwined lives of a TV writer, producer, actress and makeup artist. Ben Greene (Binder) is an American comic writer who comes to Britain to write for a show, "Telford Gate". The star of the show, Carly Matthews-Portland (Hemingway) is married to the producer, Allan (Firth). Carly decides to help Greene, by setting him up on a date with a French makeup artist, Fiona Delgrazia (Irène Jacob). As the movie progresses, the lives of the couples get more entwined and they each decide if they are in the right relationship or not.



The film did not receive many reviews. The critic at gave the film a D suggesting it would not even appeal to fans of the genre.[1]


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