A CHEEKY, HIGHLY RELATABLE COMEDY ABOUT THE MESSY WORLD OF DATING
Based on writer Grace Rouvray’s internationally acclaimed blog ‘The Island of the Dead’, this fresh new comedy series has already screened on BBC Three (UK) and Network Ten (Australia) and was officially selected by LA Webfest, with Rouvray awarded ‘Best Actress’ honours, in addition to an ‘Outstanding Writing’ nomination celebrating her unique, exciting and hilarious new voice.
After breaking up with her boyfriend of the past five years, Claire (Grace Rouvray, House of Hancock) is flung back into the rollercoaster world of the dating scene where she finds herself apprehensive about the rules, expectations and implications she must navigate as a newly single woman. But when Claire makes a genuine connection that goes beyond one-night-stand sex with advertising manager and bedroom adonis Pat (Angus McLaren, Neighbours), her ‘Queen Pack’ of trustworthy friends is there to help her establish where she stands in the relationship.
However, as Pat and Claire begin to grow closer the anxious young single quickly discovers all is not well with her budding romance – battling ambiguous mixed messages, a terrifyingly late period and the ‘other woman’ in Pat’s life.
Poking fun at everything from the pitfalls of Tinder to the dreaded walk of shame and the always confusing ‘commitment conversation’, 600 Bottles of Wine looks at the anti-relationship many young women find themselves in today and what dating is really like in an era where no one says what they truly mean…or what they want.
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