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"Room In Toronto".
This is the story of a girly romance between Dallas (Erika Linder) and Jasmine (Natalie Krill). Dallas owns her own roofing company and thrives on her Tomboy lifestyle. Jasmine works for a fashion firm and is engaged to her beau whom she lives with. They happen to cross paths when Natalie attends a girl party downtown and meets the aggressive Dallas. A drink, a smooch, and things are off to the races. Good thing Jasmine's man is out of town for a few long days. Things get pretty hot and then he returns quite unexpectedly.
Linder is a pretty well-known female/male model from Stockholm. She is both attractive and mystifying at the same time. She was so natural in this role it was embarrassing. Whereas Krill's role was the straight gal taking a small walk on the wild side. This movie was highly educational for me. I sat with my head cocked to the side like a Spaniel saying repeatedly: "So that's what they do?" There is a lot of action but they do keep it classy. Nothing too awfully smutty about it.
I found this thumbnail while flipping through the Exodus streaming channel and decided to give it a whirl. The film credits said it was made in cooperation with The Movie Channel.
Obviously, not for everyone. Maybe not even a few. But, Linder's performance really nails it and becomes more compelling as things develop.
No, not Czarina approved.
I revisited Oranges are not the only Fruit recently on VHS. Compelling stuff.
With better acting. I hope the seat where you sat was not sticky.
The movie might handle the subject with some grace. But this thread title has all the the qualities of a meadow muffin.
Is this the subject for the sequel? Never heard of such. Humor is your best defense against offense.
...Google is your friend.
The Scandos are all suicidal anyway. There might not be any.
...to see what they do.
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