Textuality (2011)

R   |    |  Comedy, Romance

Textuality (2011) Poster

Two people attempt to get into a relationship, while exiting the multiple relationships they were each managing through their Blackberries before they met.




  • Still of Jason Lewis and Holly Elissa in Textuality.
  • Supinder Wraich and Jason Lewis
  • Textuality Supinder Wraich Carly Pope
  • Still of Jason Lewis and Holly Elissa in Textuality.
  • Carly Pope and Tamara Duarte at the premiere of Textuality.
  • Still of Holly Elissa,Supinder Wraich, Jason Lewis in Textuality

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18 August 2011 | miragusa
| Surprisingly Sweet
It was a pleasure to come upon a new movie which was not jam packed with predictable characters, and stars to sell seats. I thoroughly enjoyed the modern social media undertones throughout the movie, which made it a very hip and relevant romantic comedy for 2011. Kudos to the writer: Liam Card, the humor was edgy and satirical, and the acting was not so shabby. Jason Lewis did a fine job as distressed heart throb/gigolo- really hard to pity a guy who is sleeping with four beautiful women, yet he somehow pulled it off. More importantly, and surprisingly I really thought Carly Pope and Liam Card shined as undiscovered acting gems in the film. I hope to see more of them in the future! Marc Rigaux and the entire production ensemble did a great job, and I will be sure to spread the word (through social media of course). Great date movie!

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