Charlotte sometimes is a mysterious and erotic romance exploring the kinds of love for which there are no names or clear arrangements. Michael, a young mechanic, is forced to choose between a daring tryst with an alluring stranger and the habitual comfort of his bittersweet obsession, his beautiful young roommate.
MPAA rating: R.
Title from container.
Special features: scene selections; theatrical trailer; commentary #1: director Eric Byler, Michael Idemoto and Eugenia Yuan; commentary #2: director Eric Byler, Jacqueline Kim and Matt Westmore; Roger Ebert moderated Q & A session; behind-the-scenes footage, bloopers and interviews; short feature: Writing through by Joel Fendelman.
Music, Michael Brook.
Jacqueline Kim, Michael Idemoto, Eugenia Yuan, Matt Westmore, Shizuko Hoshi, Kimberly-Rose Wolter.
Consensus: Featuring an attractive young cast, Charlotte mostly shines as a portrait of the sexual frolics and hangups of L.A. Asian twentysomethings.
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