Marketed as a sort of neo-noir tale of deception and sex, Dot the I follows the story of Carmen, who, during her bachelorette party, shares a “final single girl kiss” with the sexy (but short) Gael García Bernal. Their passion overwhelms them and Carmen, against her better judgment, becomes entangled in a love triangle…
The only unbelievable part of this film was that any woman, even a poor girl like Carmen, would choose her icky rich fiance over Bernal, who, while short, is incredibly sexy.
Having had a few glasses of wine before the film started, I slept through two of the twists and woke up a little confused, although I didn’t miss the steamy love scene.
It’s back at Netflix now, so someone else can enjoy him—I mean, it.