I think this is probably the worst film I have ever seen. Even right at the end I was waiting for it to start. Not good!
The actors never seemed to really believe in what they were doing, and as for the monologue in front of the mirror - what was that all about? Might have worked well in the Theatre, but certainly not in a movie.
As a gay woman, I was abhored by the stereotype in which I was depicted and trust that just because I am gay does not mean that I am as deliberate in my loathe for a stable relationship. The excuse from the main character for being unfaithful to her partner - 'I felt angry, and I was angry at her, and that's what made me feel close to her!' PLease!
And as for the cop with a bad mullet hair cut! I know the 80's were bad - but not that wrong, surely.
I advise you to ignore the premise of the movie, as it has real potential as a story. Just not very well executed in this case.
So, save your money for something a little more sensitive, and for something that does not leave you feeling like you have just watched a very bad, very cheap, and very nasty movie indeed. Sorry!