One month, two couples, one marriage, two plane tickets, one U-Haul. Hilarious sexual longing, perverse humiliation and genuine heartbreak all make SEXLESS anything but simple and hardly sexless. From the director of the award-winning comedy Wrong Numbers comes a bittersweet film that puts the slacker generation's ideas of love, sex, marriage, money, family, drugs, therapy and happiness to the test.After five years together Karen (Kelly Dealyn) and Andy (Alex Holdridge) have been accepted into a program to teach English in Japan. The only way they can live together in Japan is to get married. In the midst of sexual dysfunction and genuine doubt the two twenty-somethings decide to split up until they leave Austin, convincing themselves that if they make it through separation then they "deserve" to be together.Simultaneously, Andy's best friend, Robert (Brian McGuire), is falling for Carissa (Camille Chen), who is leaving for grad school two thousand miles away at the end of the month. With vastly different prospects for the future, the two have little chance at a relationship. But logic gets lost in the haze of lust and love and things quickly turn as sexually exhilarating as they are emotionally painful and comically realistic.The heartbreaking reality of true love awaits in this bittersweet take on modern relationships.