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Forev | Review - La Film Fest 2013

Sophia (Noël Wells) is the type of girl who drunkenly brings random guys home to her apartment with the naive hope that it will be the beginning of a beautiful long-term relationship. Her neighbor Pete (Matt Mider) is socially awkward computer support technician who works from home, therefore he rarely leaves his apartment, hence he is hopelessly single. Sophia and Pete are friendly neighbors who spontaneously find themselves engaged to be married. (Nope, she isn't even preggers!) They go on a road trip across the Southwest to pick up Pete's sister (Amanda Bauer) from college. Mayhem ensues, as the trip puts their [non]relationship to the test... Forev is a somewhat typical, yet smartly written, rom-com that quickly evolves into a quirky road movie which contemplates the meaning and significance of marriage in our modern world and whether or not dating (or sex, for that matter) should be a required precursor.

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