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  • Actors: Barbara Niven, Jessica Clark, Morgan Fairchild, John Heard
  • Directors: Nicole Conn
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, HiFi Sound, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Wolfe Video
  • DVD Release Date: February 5, 2013
  • Run Time: 106 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (383 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AFDN5Y0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,293 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This opposites-attract, edge-of-your-seat lesbian romance is a glossy, sexy and fun romantic drama guaranteed to earn a fresh array of fans for veteran writer-director Nicole Conn (Elena Undone, Claire of the Moon)! She s elegant, wealthy and proper an upstanding wife and mother with three grown children, a swanky estate and a horrible husband. But when Rebecca confesses to her friends about her unsatisfactory love life, they set her up with an exceptionally talented high-class call girl named Paris and, needless to say, the lives of both Rebecca and Paris are changed forever. Filled to the brink with aching desire, the sexual chemistry is off the charts between 90s TV icon Barbara Niven as the beautiful blond client and actress Jessica Clark (True Blood s Lilith) as the smokin hot hooker who truly does have a heart of gold. Grappling with a veritable soap opera of family drama at home, Rebecca escapes into the oasis of her encounters with Paris. Meanwhile, outside of her lucrative sex-worker day-job, Paris is a struggling artist with troubles of her own. Featuring a bold, beautiful, unleashed performance by Barbara Niven and a star turn from Jessica Clark , A Perfect Ending also boasts the fabulous Morgan Fairchild as the presiding madam of ill-repute and the talented John Heard as Rebeccas husband. BONUS FEATURES- Deleted Scenes Photo Gallery Trailer More From Wolfe. -Deleted Scenes A Perfect Love Scene Alternate Dinner Fantasy A Perfect Seduction -Featurettes A Perfect Lead: Rebecca A Perfect Character: Paris A Perfect Pro: Morgan Fairchild A Perfect Director: Nicole A Perfect Cinema Language: Pointillism Lost Pointillism Dinner Scene A Perfect Concept: The White Room

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"The sexiest lesbian film of 2012." Curve Magazine --Curve

Customer Reviews

Love the chemistry between Jessica Clark and Barbara Niven.
Shannon Paris
My only qualm is that I would like more lesbian movies to have a happy ending.
UpForAnything
I thought the acting was very well done as well as the story line.
Aspen

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171 of 184 people found the following review helpful By Joyce on December 7, 2012
Format: DVD
Let me begin by saying, the chemistry between Rebecca, brilliantly portrayed by Barbara Niven, and Paris, played by the amazing Jessica Clark, left me speechless. I can't find the words to convey how powerful their on screen chemistry is. You must experience it yourself.

For me, this movie is the first film I can recall watching about a subject many women deal with every single day, including myself. The challenge of aging and feeling good about ourselves is ongoing for many of us. As we mature and grow older, we sometimes settle for life being what it is each day, not even recognizing we are missing passion in our lives. This is a compelling and powerful story about Rebecca, a mother and wife, looking for passion and Paris, a high priced call girl and artist, who is trying to overcome her own personal struggles. This multilayered film is brilliantly written and the story presented in a way which is moving and thought provoking. Quite frankly, it changed my life. And while I recognize this may not be the case for all who see it, for me personally, it opened my eyes and helped me realize that I am who I am, and I am perfectly me. Seeing a bit of myself in Rebecca and witnessing the power and strength she embraced to overcome her doubts and fears in `A Perfect Ending' allowed me to choose a new beginning. This film will make you think about where you at in your life and question, is this where I want to be and am I living my life with passion each day.
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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Deb Gallardo on March 20, 2013
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Firstly, this is, in the strictest definition, an art film. If you want action, a bunch of T&A, just another chick flick, or a simple linear love story, then this probably is not a film for you.

Secondly, "A Perfect Ending" provides an entire range of potent emotion, from the poignant to the erotic. If you're ready to be transported emotionally, this IS a film you can't afford to miss. Guys will probably not get this, though.

Thirdly, it is not, IMHO, just another "lesbian film." To label it as such and nothing more is to do an injustice not only to writer/director Nicole Conn and the stellar cast and all those involved in the project, but to all those women "out there" who NEED to see the film, because it is, in so many ways, EVERY woman's story on some level.

If you are stuck in a situation, a relationship, a job, a state of mind--any of these things or countless others that tie you up and confine you--then you, too, are on a similar journey as Rebecca must travel. If you are facing your own mortality and have any regrets, this is your story, too. If you feel powerless, then come watch how Rebecca finds her own power. If your whole life you never felt thin enough, smart enough, pretty enough, rich enough, good enough, then you will identify with Rebecca (and surprisingly, the beautiful Barbara Niven who plays her). If you've been wounded, are feeling vulnerable, come see how Paris and Rebecca heal one another's wounds.

AND If you have never had an orgasm, you'll know exactly how Rebecca feels, and you will soar with her when she finally achieves release in the single most erotic love scene I have ever experienced.
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59 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Ms. D. Meekings on December 18, 2012
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After a year of waiting to see this film.... I'VE FINALLY SEEN IT!!! OMG!!! I now have a new favourite lesbian film!!! I absolutely loved it, everything about it. Barbara Niven especially was UNBELIVABLE, and she's absolutely gorgeous! I think i'm in love ;) Jessica Clark too was fantastic. They had such great chemistry. Brilliant script, and the supporting cast were the best i've seen in any lez film in years. Congratulations to Nicole Conn and Marina Rice Bader on all their hard work - it was all worth it because this is a masterpiece! 10/10
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Patricia Dantas on February 15, 2013
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Through a series of detail shots we meet the protagonists in their routine life. A very elegant mature woman eats in a restaurant. A stunningly beautiful young woman walks across a fancy hotel. The mature woman emotionally upset eats alone. The young woman plays a male's fantasy and gets paid. Across with other detail shots that will give us the course of the story, the title is revealed in a work of art.
It's 5 minutes of film and we all think we know what the movie is about. These two women will definitely get together and have "A Perfect Ending", but how will that happen? As the plot unfolds we discover that there were some unexpected twists to be revealed while we find out how this encounter is going to change their lives.
I could go on and on telling with details how the plot unfolds, but I won't be a spoilsport. Especially because the movie is a pleasure for the senses. You cannot just hear about it, you must see it, feel it, smell it, taste it, dive deep into it. I did and I fell completely in love with it. So I'll give you 9 out of 10 reasons to also go on this journey.

Reason #1/10: Paris
Paris has this kind of goddess quality. Not only is she a passionate person, but passion itself. As she presents herself in such a charming and seductive way, we know for sure that absolutely no one would resist. Not even the uptight housewife. She is so perfect, that we keep thinking "can this woman be for real?" Absolutely not. As irresistible as this Aphrodite may be, she truly captivates Rebecca's heart (and ours) when she slowly removes her self-defenses and surrenders to Rebecca's love. We get to know her true self through the white-room sequences and the flashbacks, as if we were her confidents.
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