This movie is a conversation about honesty, love and fear. Nothing is missing. It is a conversation between a scared but charming queen, and a disillusioned bisexual. I don't want to understand "Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf," but I understood every moment of this conversation. Sometimes the acting is apparent. But sometimes the dialogue is so real, I wondered how anyone ever found these words. I saw "Relax, it's just Sex," before this. It's funny, but it seems as if "Together" grew out of "Relax. "
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