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Race You to the Bottom

Rating:R (for sexual content, language and brief drug use)
Genre:Romance
Release Date:March 30, 2007
Running time:75 minutes
Cast:Amber Benson, Cole Williams, Jeremy Lelliott, Justin Zachary, Danielle Harris
Director:Russell Brown
Producer:Roni Deitz
Writer:Russell Brown
Distributor:Regent Releasing

Description: Nathan, 24, is a travel journalist from Los Angeles assigned to write about romantic hot-spots in California's Napa Valley. Maggie, 24, is trying to figure out how to turn her political science degree into a career. Although Nathan and Maggie both have boyfriends, they are in the throes of a passionate affair, and this will be their first weekend away together. En route to Napa, they visit Joe and Carla--friends of Maggie's from college. A spontaneous seduction brings to light their hopes and fears, forcing Nathan and Maggie to confront the reality of their romance as they drive through a gold and green autumn in wine country. Each turn is a test as these unconventional lovers try to rescue the sensuality and fantasy that bonds them.

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