The Story

Two single, female friends are challenged to participate in a dating marathon organized by their best male friend, Phoenix for charity.  Due to their past track record or lack of successful romantic track record, Phoenix who is a gay male in a very committed, happy relationship, devises a series of 'Manchecks' to help them weed out the weedy boys from the men which they can then perform on unsuspecting candidates.  Phoenix who is a total nerdy genius also decides to assist them further in their quest by utilizing his specially designed, personal interactive computer companion which he created called Ulysses that has extremely intricate, monitoring and analytical functions which leads to some extremely hilarious results.  However, things start to become extremely complex when one of the woman starts to fall for a man that fails all the 'Manchecks' and when they also discover that one of the eligible male participants which one of the ladies has taken quite a shine to, has actually devised some 'Womanchecks' of his own.   Written by Jill Thrussell.

Tagline:  Love is.....A Marathon Not a Sprint/ I Do, or I Don't...






“Ladies please feel free to inspect the goods.“ Phoenix invited. “Delivery is guaranteed, just place your order and I'll sign them up for the Love~A~Thon straight away then you can inspect their love packages in person.“ ~ Jill Thrussell

"What do you think drives a human being more strongly needs or desires?" ~ Jill Thrussell

"Some people sacrifice everything they need for something they desire." ~ Jill Thrussell

"Look marriage is a contract right? So I'd just call it 'Precontractual Negotiations." ~ Jill Thrussell

"How do you like your women? Happy, upbeat and flirty or downtrodden, miserable and suffering?" ~ Jill Thrussell

This film is developed from The Rich List, Ambitions, Venus Honey Traps, Bet on Love, Man's Bible, Woman's Bible, Does Love Exist (2004), Ambitions and a few other pieces of work I have written over the years. The title 'I Do or I Don't?' was the title of a chapter in a book that I wrote a few years ago.