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A lesbian couple's differing views on parenthood leads to an unusual romantic triangle in this independent comedy drama. Claire (Janet Lark) and Beth (Erica Shaffer) are lovers who have been living together for almost a year. Beth wants to take their relationship to the next level by having a baby, but Claire is uncertain if she's ready for that sort of commitment and responsibility. As the bickering between the two grows, Beth decides she wants to have a child not matter how Claire feels about it, and when a close friend invites them on a weekend long party in the country, Beth sees a golden opportunity for a one-night-stand with a man that could give her the baby she wants. Beth sets her sights on David (Gregg Hoffman), who is smart, good-looking, and well-mannered, but David turns out not to be that easy to seduce -- in part because he's become deeply infatuated with Claire.