With the film Untogether, writer/director Emma Forrest examines creativity and intimacy, how they intertwine, give rise to inspiration and feelings of inadequacy, and often self-destruct under the pressure we put on them. A mixed bag, the film isn’t altogether satisfying, apart from watching the actors engage themselves fully in their portrayals. There are moving scenes that will ring true to anyone who has struggled in keeping their inner fire stoked, both individually, and as part of a couple. It is likely to evoke frustration, however, in viewers forced to watch such self-obsessed characters over the 98 minute running time.

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