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02 May

Writer-director Josh Stolberg, who has written a number of films and TV shows as well as directed two previous indie films, keeps the pace brisk yet allows each couple enough time for soul searching or intense confrontations to highlight the nature of their relationships.

The film is playing festivals these days in search of a distributor, which may be a long shot given the lack of names other than David Arquette in a sequence that brackets the nine stories told randomly and in bits and pieces.

The riskier sequences involve couples that don’t seem right for parenthood.

One involves teenagers, where the girl (Sarah Hyland) trades her virginity for the boy’s (Matt Prokop) vow to eat vegetarian.

is a high-concept, low-budget comedy that drops in on nine couples the night they conceive a child, which in several cases was not the intended consequence.

The film is understandably too sketchy to dig deeply into any of these relationships but the film does underscore what most rom-coms cheerfully ignore — that sex has a biological as well as a recreational function.

More are involved in long-standing relationships or marriages where familiarity has bred either contentment or dysfunction that has drained passion from the relationships.Connie Britton was born Constance Elaine Womack on March 6, 1967, in Boston, Massachusetts, to Allen Womack, a physicist, and his wife, Linda, a former teacher. When she was 7 years old, Britton and her family moved to Lynchburg, Virginia, where the young girl enjoyed writing plays and eventually dabbled in acting in the theater.Britton didn't pursue the performing arts in college.Mantzoukas also co-hosts the popular movie discussion podcast How Did This Get Made? Britton made her feature film debut in the independent comedy-drama film The Brothers Mc Mullen (1995), and the following year, she was cast as Nikki Faber on the ABC sitcom Spin City (1996–2000).