Entering into a menage a trois does it spark sexual excitement, or does it raise sexual insecurity?
In Good Kisser, the film explores the relationship of a lesbian couple as a third woman is introduced for a night never to forget.
The movie stars Rachel Paulson, Kari Alison Hodge, Julia Eringer, and Courtney McCullough. Wendy Jo Carlton directed the wrote the script.
Here’s the film’s synopsis:
A lesbian couple, Kate and Jenna, meets up with a single Mia for a fun and sexy threesome. After some alcohol, palm reading, and heavy foreplay, the evening looks to be proceeding nicely—until it becomes clear that everyone came with entirely different expectations for the evening. Now, when it all hits the fan, no one will be going home with the partner they originally planned.
LRM Online exclusively interviewed actress Rachel Paulson and director/writer Wendy Jo Carlton late last month about the project. We talked about sexual themes, indie productions, and kissing.
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Rachel Paulson comes from a family with ties to Hollywood. She is the younger sister to Sarah Paulson and casting director, Liz Paulson. Her career mostly consists of independent projects in film and television. She appeared in indie films such as Delicious Ambiguity and Fixer. Also, she did television series work with Space Diner Tales and @DatingZoe.
Wendy Jo Carlton is an experienced director and producer. She directed films such as Hannah Free and Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together. Also, she helmed the television series Easy Abby and Biz Kid$. Good Kisser is her third feature film.
Currently, the movie streams on Netflix today and also as VOD.
Watch the exclusive interview below and let us know what you think.
Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Good Kisser