Fred and Deb are an attractive married couple and they’ve hit a rough patch in their relationship.
The thrill is gone and bland civility rests in its place. You know this couple; you’ve seen them a thousand times, but not quite in this way.
Fred struggles to complete a novel, and is sexually frustrated. To make matters worse, he must grin and bear the vivid sex tales that his single, obnoxious brother-in-law (his wife’s brother) shares. Fred begins an affair, and the brother-in-law catches him.
Deb longs for passion and she has an affair with another married person that she meets on AshleyMadison.com; the dating service for already married folks. In addition, Deb spends long nights at work venting to an online male friend who lives hundreds of miles away. The online friend’s distance makes him safe in Deb’s eyes, and thus she shares details of her infidelity with him.
It’s painful to watch as Fred and Deb know exactly what they desire in the other, but they can’t—or won’t—vocalize it. Webdultery reveals the deconstruction of a marriage due to miscommunication, missed communication, sexual frustration and lust.
There’s a big secret in this movie and I won’t spoil it here. What I will say is that the dual Webdultery ends with disastrous results.
Webdultery is sexy, well-written and beautifully shot with fresh-faced actors at the top of their game.
Nevertheless, this film is haunting because it reminds us that the Internet brings us closer, into a realm of reality that we may not be prepared to experience. For every fantasy there is someone out there willing to bring it to fruition, and sometimes, that’s not a good thing.
WEBDULTERY is available On-Demand on Tuesday May 21st
Featuring: Anthony Cortese Christine Tizzard
Kevin Kincaid Rebecca Nicholson
Director/Writer: Charles Wahl
Producer: Muzafar Malik
For more info, visit www.webdultery.com.