David and Brenda are perfect for each other, and everyone knows it except David and Brenda. After a break-up, they each experience their own rough patch. For David, a self-destructive artistic endeavor and a relationship with an immature beautyâ€”for Brenda, a failing acting career, an eviction notice, and a boyfriend who just doesnâ€™t do it for her. A chance encounter brings them together on the streets of New York at a particularly bad time. David invites Brenda to the opening of his first photography exhibit and the stage is set for a night of drinking and flirting which leads to an untraditional proposal of how they can be together without getting back together. A sharply observed, un-romantic comedy by writer/director Mel Rodriguez III, IN STEREO is a stylish and striking first feature that offers an unflinching look at the complexity of modern relationships.
After their painful break-up, they each endure an individual purgatory (for David, a self-destructive artistic endeavor, and a relationship with an immature beauty who has taken to sleeping with his best friend - for Brenda, a failing acting career, an eviction notice, and a boyfriend who just doesn't do it for her) until chance brings them together on the streets of New York at the worst possible time.(C) Official Site
Brenda and Jesse are not imperfect for each other, and it is known by everyone except Brenda and Mark. After having a breakup, their particular plot that is difficult is each experienced by them. For Donald, a self destructive artistic project as well as a relationship by having an immature beauty—for a declining working career, an eviction notice Brenda, and a boyfriend who merely doesn’t do-it on her. A chance encounter produces them together about the avenues of Nyc at a period that is specially negative. Brenda is invited by Brian for the starting of his photography display and also the level is placed for a night of flirting and drinking leading to an untraditional offer without getting back, of how they can be together. There is actually Rodriguez III a sharply noticed, unromantic comedy by writer/representative a classy and impressive first feature that provides an unflinching go through the complexity of contemporary associations.