• Director-Screenwriter

    Isabel del Rosal

  • Producer

    Panita Chanrasmi-Lefebvre

  • With

    Devin Dunne Cannon, Bridget Barkan, Catrina Ganey

  • USA-Canada 2020. 112min

  • Language


  • Production Company Whiteline Productions

When Amber meets Logan for the first time, she is leaving her husband. The charismatic redhead is the realtor who rents Amber an apartment. Bumping into each other weeks later, Amber can’t resist Logan’s offer of friendship and soon the two women are exploring Brooklyn together. Their friendship blossoms into love, but Amber has never been in a relationship with a woman before and struggles to properly let Logan into her life. Will she let her fears and insecurities ruin her first chance at true happiness? With its sparkling script and fantastic performances from the two leads, Isabel del Rosal’s gem of a film is an intimate portrait of love and the courage it takes to live life on your own terms.

Emma Smart

Aged 16 to 25? You can book a £5 ticket to watch this film on BFI Player 16 to 27 March by signing up for a free BFI 25 & Under account.

Supported by Mishcon de Reya

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The BFI Player screening will be presented with an audio-description soundtrack for customers who are blind or partially-sighted, and will have closed captions for customers who are D/deaf or people experiencing hearing loss.

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