In an age where more and more people seem to be going it alone -- or at least having relationships outside of traditional, monogamous couple structures -- one film is exploring the dynamics and nuances of long-term relationships.
In 2015 we brought you an interview with the creators of "That's Not Us" while the film was in post-production. Now, after playing at over 25 LGBTQ film festivals, "That's Not Us" is available to the public. The film follows three couples -- one gay, one lesbian, one straight — as they travel to a beach community to enjoy the last days of summer.
"This is a film that portrays the different dilemmas that many relationships face," Executive Producer and star Mark Berger previously told The Huffington Post. "But rather than presenting the solutions to them, it explores the experiences — the funny, the painful, the embarrassing, the sexy — of working through them. Each character in this story has an experience of feeling separated, either physically or emotionally, from their partner. The process of rediscovering themselves and their partner is the essence of what the film captures."