John and Julia are hooking up for a long weekend after a one-night stand twenty years ago. The two hit it off in a sex drenched weekend of pot smoking and soul baring at his family’s cabin. They decide to hook up a few more times. Each encounter reveals more character and plot. The absence between their visits weighs heavy on John, who overcomes his own fears, and finds the resolve to ask Julia … Julia to marry him.
It’s really about two people falling in love, but with their very own definition of love, however malnourished that may be. They seek refuge in each other in a cold world and a life they find themselves just trying to survive.
Between sex, smoking pot, getting munchies, a hundred questions, and more sex, we can see two people shedding their defenses and allowing themselves to be vulnerable.