Foggy Pebble’s review published on Letterboxd:
"I did not hit her. It's not true. It's bullshit! I did not hit her. I did not. Oh, hi Mark."
Not interesting enough to be considered the worst movie ever made but it was still a memorable experience.
Most of it revolved around the long sex scenes (nothing very explicit, just a lot of above-the-waist thrusty shots with kissing set to terrible R&B music) making a lot of it really repetitive and boring. Had this movie been a porn with a plot instead of a serious drama movie people would probably make less of a fuss about how bad the acting/script/production is because it's not unusual for porn to be silly and poorly made.
The non-sexy scenes are where things got interesting. The entire plot is basically the main character's girlfriend cheating on him with his friends and then him finding out at the end and freaking out. Awkward sub-plots seem to appear out of nowhere and then not continue any further. The lead is portrayed by the director, who has the worst acting of the whole cast. He has a lot of enraged and dramatic lines and scenes and he plays them completely monotone and timid and with an unexplainable accent.
There is something awkward in every scene.