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A couple arriving at a crossroads in their lives together discover a spanner is thrown into the works by a pregnancy scare in this independent comedy-drama. Kate (Megan Dunlop) and Ollie (Mike Le Blanc) are a seemingly happy couple who, despite all outward signs to the contrary, are on the verge of breaking up, as Kate is no longer satisfied in their relationship. However, Kate's decision to move on after five years together is put on hold when Kate thinks she might be pregnant -- a prospect neither she nor Ollie were expecting, since he's a professional birth control counselor and notoriously meticulous about using proper protection during sex. As Kate and Ollie try to figure out what happened and how this effects their relationship, Kate puts herself on a diet rich in parsley after being told that large amounts of the herb can induce menstruation. The first feature from writer, director, and cinematographer Andrea Dorfman, Parsley Days was shown in 2000 at the Vancouver and Toronto Film Festivals. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi