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The story follows three couples meeting at a summer mansion outside of Savannah; they've come together to tell one of the couples, played by Cobie Smulders and Vincent Piazza, they should get divorced — and in the process, everyone's emotional baggage comes out.The movie, which feels like a modern version of Clea: That's my favorite thing to talk about.This whole movie came from me talking about my feelings and processing them.Melanie and Natasha the two main people I process with.Natasha: My friends help each other process when they feel uncomfortable for reasons that they know are imaginary. There are moments where I feel like I'm going nuts, but I know it's not as bad as it feels, and that's when I check in with Clea, and she is a real touchstone of sanity for me.When you have a best friend of decades, you know the way they tick and you know what triggers their insecurity, and you are able to talk them off the ledge. Clea: I wrote it in a time where I was not doing that well, and it was really through the course of working through that time the script came to life, and it wasn't just this glib, silly, stupid thing.
Clea: Just life challenges, but my coping mechanisms were to internalize and shut down.
Things just built up and built up, and I was finding different ways to be out of myself and not feel the things I was going to have to feel at one time or another — and there were a lot of very unhealthy things [I turned to], whether it was substances or people.
I stopped hiding and I stopped running, and I allowed myself to feel all those things. Clea: A big theme for all the characters is acceptance ... Nothing is ever going to be exactly the way you want it to, and nothing is ever going to happen the way you think it is going to, and accepting reality is the only way you are ever going to feel any relief, whether it is a good thing or a bad thing.
I can't do it all the time, but when I'm able to get to that place, that's when I feel my best. If you're trying to manage and control, and spending so much energy and time on something that's never going to change, you're never going to be happy, and you're always going to be dissatisfied.
Clea: It was harder directing them than it was directing myself.
I was just trying to stay alive, and I think it was more about establishing a new language with people who I have such a solid language with.