According to its cover, 'Role/Play' deals with self-reflection, coming to terms with previous choices and fighting inner demons of the two leads. Plenty of stuff for a deep human drama with some intelligent spilling of mental beans, wouldn't you say? No such luck! We were treated to some sort of surreal void - with a superblue pool thrown in - for surroundings, in which characters had some polite discussions and some polite vanilla cuddles. Beans - with an impact equalling a peck on one's arm - were spilled at the end, only to leave me wandering what all the fuss had been about. The cast didn't help elevate matters, being the cardboard characters they portrayed, with resort-manager/agony aunt topping the bill for annoyance and soap-actor's agent a sure runner-up.
2 stars for Matthew Montgomery's bedroom eyes. They're mesmerizing, to say the least. They're about the only thing worth watching. So I watched those and pitied them having to feature in this shambles of a movie.