A bride left at the altar decides to kill herself and ends up summoning a terrible curse. To have her true love back she returns from the world of the dead bringing other inhabitants who ... See full summary »
Marina Ruy Barbosa
'Foreign Relations' heads for Greece, where a young American man is on a tour of the country. As he's on his own and there's limited space, he ends up being roomed with a Greek man, which causes issues as language problems and culture clash means he can't be sure whether his roommate would have a problem with the fact he's gay – or whether he'd mind that he's developing a crush on him.
It provides a decent level of tension between the American tourist and his unexpected roommate. But it's all a little too convenient. When it sticks to the two men, it's not bad at all – and it certainly doesn't hurt that they're both pretty hot and don't mind stripping down when it's called for. What helps 'Foreign Relations' is that it has a bit of a sense of humour, and that in turn helps raise the sexiness level.
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