Synopsis: A British chamber drama exploring three young couples in various states of conversation during an extended dinner party, this is the second film from writer/director Simon Rumley in a planned trilogy on young Londoners, which began with his pop mockumentary Strong Language. A married couple, Eddy and Lilly (Stuart Laing and Selina Giles), currently house-sitting, invite over four other individuals to partake in an evening of truth-telling and dissing. The guests include flashy Dan (Paul Blackthorne and edgy Charlotte (Tania Emery, closely followed by shy social worker Alan (Thomas Fisher) and sweet but dim Alex (Jennifer White). Everyone carries certain baggage; Dan, for one, is still smitten with Lilly while being constantly aggravated by Charlotte's excessive nagging, and Eddy continues, unwillingly, to provide Dan drugs. A late-breaking game of "truth" breaks through their facades to reveal their innermost thoughts.