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Two estranged, American half brothers with opposing political views and their significant others meet in a vacation house in the mountain resort village of Saas-Fee, Switzerland to get to know one another. Cut off from their typical means of technological distraction, their differences come to a head when their significant others "interfere" in their relationships, revealing the reality behind their personas.Written by
Two half-brothers David (Derek Dean) and Trinis (Matthew Smiley) arrive with their wives Stefanie (Nadine Vinzens) and Ciara (Alicia Gerrad) at the scenic town of Saas-Fee, in the Swiss Alps.
The interactions among the four will be the crux of the film. There isn't a lot of character development here, but they'll be lots of political and social agendas expressed. There's also an air of sexual tension throughout, and it can break into some very crude and explicit sexual encounters as well, some of which are infused by the use of hallucinogenic drugs.
Sorry to say, poor writing, unlikable characters, and a plot that seems to go nowhere all add up to a movie that isn't worth your time, as I see it. One positive, is that the cinematography of the Swiss Alps is spectacular.
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