A glimpse into the dating woes of young, queer, twenty-something year olds, It’s Nothing Personal is a series of short video scenes existing somewhere between fictional narrative and experimental art house film. The stories portray the protagonists, Kris and Kasey, and their individual experiences with dating in their small, queer, urban enclave in Boston, Massachusetts.
The vignettes are of the characters' realizations that the people they are dating no longer want to date them (or vice versa). A key moment, an epiphany, an awkward gesture or circumstance where it becomes clear that it is uncomfortably over.
The moments take place in a bumping nightclub, a rest area off of the highway, a queer Garden of Eden, outside an apartment door over laundry obligations, in an unusually large and barren house where the lover has mysteriously vanished, and in a bed.
In three of the scenes the antagonist, Pirhana, appears as an omen of the inevitable, comical misfortune to come. Her attire is sultry and strangely beckoning, but offset by a disturbing display of sexually predatory behavior and grotesquely viscous make-up.