During the evening, Angela was repeatedly receiving gruesome, increasingly-bloody picture-phone communications from several of the other club-members, none of whom showed up at the party!
The killer was eventually revealed to be Angela's neighbor, Mr.
When Ben's estranged wealthy father passed away in Pennsylvania, Ben inherited everything, although his successful, hard-driving, always-angry sister Terri Coulter (Amy Poehler) did not, and the young, free-spirited hippy sexy wife Angela Baker (Laura Ramsey) was left with nothing.
Steve took Ben on a road trip back to his hometown for an uncomfortable confrontation, including the funeral and reading of the will.
They were now probing their commitment and parenthood over a single afternoon and evening.
The unmarried couple had been living in the countryside of Greece for six-weeks in the summer, at the invitation of Jesse's writer-colleague Patrick (Walter Lassally).
Writer/producer/director Abdellatif Kechiche's NC-17 rated (for "explicit sexual content"), three-hour French drama won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival.
It was reminiscent of The Slumber Party Massacre (1982), The House On Sorority Row (1983), and Sorority House Massacre (1986).
A friend and neighbor of April's, named Angela (Erin R.
Ryan) - the final girl - invited all her former roommates over for a sleepover to rekindle friendships, including Arlene (Tara Clark) and Lucky (Joni Durian).
There, the couple teased each other, became flirtatious and intimate, and were caught up in a more serious conversation about their complex relationship (involving their careers, gender roles, children, etc.) and its anxieties and strains.
One of their challenges in the last scene in the seaside hotel room was whether they should move to Chicago to bring Jesse closer to his son, although Celine had been offered an exciting new job in Paris where they lived.