|Writers||Al Sutton (screenplay)
Samuel Triplett (screenplay)
|Cast||Toba Levy Samuel Triplett|
|Plot||A married woman negotiates her persona during one evening with a married man at a spouse swapping party. Each one claims to be the passive party of their marriage, and describe their positions as "just going along with it." The couple struggles with their discomfort, as they search for some way to communicate. It is clear that they are meeting for the first time, and need to deal with the traditional rules of courtship, however truncated. In general, the man is given the role of pursuer, and the woman is expected to be somewhat reserved. Do these rules still apply at a spouse-swapping party? Can a woman avoid being condemned for agreeing to participate in such an event, or even worse, enjoying the encounter? These are the challenges that each character faces, seeking to establish some context to allow them to proceed to the expected sexual encounter. It is as though the ending were already written, and the couple is trying to fill in the preliminaries, so the ending might be justified. Chris Anderson's sensitive piano score provides the perfect background for the scene.... search for All in a Row on IMDb|
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