Genre: Romance Rating: Not Yet Rated Trailer: Click here The Film - From emerging, award-winning filmmaker Alex Holdridge and the producer of Before Sunrise and Dazed and Confused, In Search Of A Midnight Kiss is a funny and bittersweet look at love, sex, and modern romance. With an unsold script, no concrete plans, and a love life reduced to getting caught in compromising positions (alone!), a twenty-nine-year aspiring writer, Wilson (played by Scoot McNairy) just had the worst year of his life. That is until his best friend, Jacob (played by Brian Matthew McGuire), browbeats him into posting a personal ad for New Year’s Eve on Craig’s List. When Vivian (played by Sara Simmonds), a sexy, sarcastic, and seemingly blind-date-from-hell responds, the two strangers embark on an unexpected, chaotic, and hilariously awkward journey through the black-and-white streets of Los Angeles hoping to meet the right one before the stroke of midnight. A truly original love letter to Los Angeles, In Search Of A Midnight Kiss captures a lost downtown rarely seen on screen along with the hearts of critics and audiences alike. The Verdict - Although i found the beginning of the trailer to be slightly tedious, even cheesy (for lack of a better word) as it seemed to imitate that of a late night commercial, advertising a service for desperately seeking singles with its overly awkward narration and cringe worthy choice of facts , I had to remember that In Search Of A Midnight Kiss was after all a sickeningly sweet Indy comedy. The film is shot entirely in black and white. Perhaps this will deter some, but if this trailer has the same effect on you as it did me, you probably won't notice that right away. Although, i will say that the pale whites and cold grays may subtract more then just the warm emotions otherwise found to be in that of a romantic comedy. However, the whole thing is just captivating and inspiring, so much so that you'll find yourself wondering if this could be you in 12 years time. A modern day, concrete jungle Romeo and Juliet that reminds me of a living, breathing version of Goran Dukic's dark comedy Wrist Cutters. The ending of the trailer brings home the conventions of the rom com, but does so in a satisfyingly absolute way that lets you know the journey ends on a triumphant high. A must see. Expect a review, soon!