Inescapable Trailer

Inescapable Trailer (2003)

29 October 2003 Drama, Romance 82 mins

Jessie and Susan, and Chloe and Beth, who spend the weekend together and realize they are with the wrong partner. Susan and Beth were college roommates who are having a reunion at their former school. Susan travels up to Oregon with her current partner Jessie. Jessie is jealous of Susan's relationship with Beth. However, when Jessie meets Beth's partner Chloe, she is overwhelmed by her instant attraction to her. For Chloe, the feeling is mutual. It's a drama that doesn't take itself too seriously. When Jesse and Chloe are left alone together, their physical attraction overwhelms their better judgment and makes for some entertaining viewing

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