I guess this story would be enough for 10 hours of "Melroseplace", but as a whole it`s a bit pathetic. First, I hate it when it happens on film - you meet someone, have a few drinks and ten minutes later you`re in bed together, and it doesn`t even matter whether the person you`ve just met is a man or a woman. Then - how can a film like this end with several relationships that seem that they could last (Red+David, Clara+Kate, Tom+Renee) after the entire film has been a proof for the contrary. I also don`t like the concept as such - c`mon are people that degenerated that after having had a hard splitting up they just can`t live without having sex with a complete stranger for a single day? Take Rosie for instance - she is shocked when David changes her for Red, that`s ok with me, so she goes to a bar with one of her girlfriends, and that girlfriend says - what you now need is any kind of sex, yeah, that`s true for she hasn`t been together a man for say, a day or so. So she meets Tom, has sex with him straight away, after a while they decide to get married. A few days before the wedding Tom goes somewhere North in order to meditate - and that`s enough for Rosie - she has sex with the first person to meet, all of her girlfriends encourage her at that, of course, and she completely forgets that nearly got married to Tom and goes away in that new fellows car laughing when writing a letter to Tom. Isn`t that a bit ugly? I think it is.
Overall - most of the things happening in this film would be very unlikely to happen in real life (I hope, although I may just be some kind of an idealist).
Oh, and I looked up on the IMDb - this film won two awards at a gay and lesbian film festival, that comes as no wonder to me.