A repressed and uptight socialite, Rebecca (the beautiful Barbara Niven) lives a perfect and pointless life. She is the ideal wife to her husband (John Heard) and mother to her three children. But Rebecca has a secret, something her friends don't even know. The last person that she expects to reveal it to is a high priced escort named Paris (True Blood's Jessica Clark). Rebecca could never have guessed that through Paris, she would discover the answers she's been searching for. Her journey to raw passion allows her to reclaim her body and her sexuality. From renowned woman's director, Nicole Conn (Elena Undone) comes a powerful film of female sexuality and empowerment.
This is one of the most beautiful films I have ever seen...I'm as straight as a poker but fell in love with these two characters. The story has a twist at the end which is quite upsetting but serves to justify the title of the film. Jessica Clark is a genuine lesbian but Barbara Niven professes to be straight but quite honestly, watching these two together as the story unfolds I feel Miss Niven is either an actress of outstanding ability or she was for the duration of the films' shooting in love with Jessica Clark! They were an extremely well cast pair and carried the film wonderfully. I don't think Nicole Conn will ever better this work of hers and I commend it to anyone to thoroughly enjoy. It will stay with you for weeks after watching it.
I found this film for much of the time rather slow, a little indulgent and providing a superficial view of a lesbian relationship - the problem with a lot of films on this subject - and would probably have given it three stars, but it was worth sticking with it for the reason I gave it four stars - A Perfect Ending
This I think will be one more for the mature audience - and hey, don't get me wrong, it will suit everyone of all ages, BUT I guess it has that 35year old onwards feel to it, LOL. Paris (Jessica Clark) is totally in character - that you simply have to love her. Kudos to Barbara Niven who has the guts and the honesty to play her character so well. Ok, every single one of the characters are amazing. I don't actually want to spoil the story so I won't say more than that. Again, perfect musical score. As usual, the bonus is the team's behind the scenes and interviews.
Dislikes - I've collected all of Nicole Conn's movies by now, and the same dislike goes to majority of them - it is sometimes hard to hear the dialogue against a lovely musical background - but I am one of those nosy ones who need subtitles or to hear every word clearly - every nuance seem to mean a lot to me.
Nicole has done it again. The main characters put so much emotion that i felt almost every they tried to convey. The only thing i didnot like was the music. At times it seemed to drown out the characters making it look like i was watching a B-movie and a bit confusing until the end which made all make sence