Two Days in February (2011) – By Brian Morton

A broken heart can play tricks on your mind. We’ve all been through it, a relationship ends and suddenly it’s the most important thing in your life, then, as it becomes obvious that it’s really over, you begin to reflect on all the relationships you’ve had and what went wrong and what went right with them. That’s, sort of, the story of Two Days in February.

Grant has just ended a relationship with Val, as he sits in his depression an old girlfriend appears to talk about their relationship and the good times and bad times that they shared and why that relationship ended. As the story unfolds, we begin to realize that the story is really unfolding in Grant’s mind as he self-analyzes his relationships.

Two Days in February is fantastic, Nick Cardiff is great as the broken hearted Grant, and Katherine Cunningham and Courtney Rioux are great as his current and past girlfriends. If you’ve ever been in a relationship that ended, you’ll completely identify with Grant and his problem.

I’m giving Two Days in February 4 out of 4 cigars; it drew me in and had me a bit sad for Grant before the whole movie was over. Dig into past relationships yourself by heading over to