Elena Undone

January 3rd, 2010







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Plot
Fate brings two diversely different women together, and sets them on a collision course that will shatter their preconceived notions about love, life and the power of one's soul.

Release Year: 2010

Rating: 5.8/10 (877 voted)

Director: Nicole Conn

Stars: Necar Zadegan, Traci Dinwiddie, Gary Weeks

Storyline
Peyton and Elena are, on the surface, diametrically opposed - one, a well-known lesbian writer, the other a mother and wife of a pastor - but when their paths cross, several times over, they feel compelled to connect. What begins as friendship quickly blossoms into something deeper. Peyton tries to extricate herself before her heart wants what it can't have. Elena can't imagine not having Peyton in her life. And despite the fact that she has never even considered kissing a woman, Elena is overwhelmed with a desire to do just that. Despite Peyton's reservations, Elena pushes the relationship into a full-blown affair. The two women fall deeply in love, both keenly aware a future together might be little more than a dream.

Cast:
Necar Zadegan - Elena
Traci Dinwiddie - Peyton
Gary Weeks - Barry
Sam Harris - Tyler
Connor Kramme - Nash
Sabrina Fuster - Tori
Mary Wells - Wave
Erin Carufel - Millie
Heather Howe - Lily (as Heather Kirkland Howe)
Jane Clark - Peyton's Mother
Shyloh Oostwald - Young Peyton
Robert Khakh - Rasheed
Mayank Bhatter - Ari
Edith Fields - Older Woman
Art Frankel - Older Man



Details

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Release Date: 3 Jan 2010

Goofs:
Continuity: When Elena makes Peyton breakfast, they're sitting at the table together. The shot of the table right before they kiss shows 4 pieces of toast on one plate and the other plate is empty. When they stop kissing and the table is shown gain, there are 2 pieces of toast on each plate.

Quotes:
Elena: [kissing Peyton] Are you afraid to be alone with me?
Peyton: [breathlessly] Yes.
Elena: Seriously?
Peyton: Seriously.



User Review

This sets the standard for what lesbian films SHOULD be!!!

Rating: 10/10

I was disappointed and frustrated to see that the only review of this film so far was by a woman who had the nerve to dish on a film that she walked out of after only the first 40 minutes. Seems to me that that should automatically disqualify her review and critique on that grounds alone.

My partner and I, on the other hand, stayed for the entire film, and would have quite happily stayed for a second showing if they'd decided to have one. We agreed that it was the best lesbian film that we've ever seen (and we've seen most of them that are out there).

When the reality is that most (though thankfully not all) lesbian films are mediocre at best, and embarrassingly bad at worst, "Elena Undone" sets a new standard for what lesbian films can and should be: intelligently written, well-cast and well-acted and well-directed, with natural and believable dialogue, a storyline that is actually believable, and characters that you can relate to (and may even want to be friends with), and extremely erotic scenes that still manage to be tasteful and believable. It is rare to find all of these qualities in a mainstream blockbuster feature film, and nearly impossible to find them in lesbian movies, so I was thrilled almost beyond reason to see what can be accomplished in lesbian film-making.

And then there's the astounding beauty of the two co-stars and the incredible and believable passion and eroticism of the connection that builds between them as the movie evolves. To say that this was a satisfying element of the movie would be a serious understatement... I have never been so aroused by a film, and couldn't stop thinking about it for the entire week since I've seen it. I have watched the trailer at least once a day since and am totally hooked! I am not embarrassed to admit that I have fallen hopelessly in love with this exquisite film.

I encourage every woman-loving-woman out there (and our friends and allies) to do whatever it takes to SEE THIS FILM, even if it means buying it sight-unseen (yeah, it's THAT good!) We need to create a market for more high quality lesbian films like this, and the only way to do so is to provide support to the talented filmmakers who gift us with delicious movies like this one. SEE IT -- YOU WON'T REGRET IT! Kathy Berkeley, CA









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