added: Mon, Apr 17th '17
A twin brother and sister find themselves testing the limits of their co-dependent relationship when they both become romantically involved with the same guy.
"I Love You Both" is a quirky indie dramedy from real-life siblings Doug Archibald and Kristin Archibald, who share writing, as well as lead acting duties.
Lucas Neff, who previously starred in the Emmy-nominated comedy series "Raising Hope," plays the twins' would-be boyfriend, a sexually fluid art teacher who seems to be very attracted to both siblings, although not necessarily is dating them at the same time.
Doug Archibald directs the film, which co-stars "Scandal" and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" actress Artemis Pebdani.
"I Love You Both" is set to hit theaters and VOD on June 9th. Watch the trailer, above.
Twins, Krystal and Donny, have been codependent their entire lives, still living together in their late twenties in a converted one bedroom house. When they both meet and start dating the same guy, they remain in denial about the fact that they’re both dating him until he picks only one of them, forcing them to confront that they can no longer live the same life. With nowhere to turn for advice except each other and their only two friends-Linda, a former middle-school Tae Bo teacher, and their mother-the twins are finally forced to look for answers from within.
directed by Doug Archibald
starring Kristin Archibald, Doug Archibald, Lucas Neff, Artemis Pebdani
release date June 9, 2017 (in theaters and on VOD)