By Karen Bliss

As the opening credits roll in the new Canadian film 'Textuality,' an entire relationship begins and ends, from courtship to proposal to wedding day to... being left at the altar.

The dumpee, Breslin (played by Jason Lewis of 'Sex and the City'), re-enters the dating world six months later with his head and heart still damaged. Carly Pope ('Young People F---ing') co-stars as Simone, a guy-juggling painter/blogger. She longs for the married Clive (played by Eric McCormack of 'Will & Grace'), but is intriguing and endearing enough to pull Breslin out of the dumps.