Lane Janger has proven himself to be a virtual one-man movie by juggling the roles of co-writer, director, producer, and star in Just One Time, a highly original romantic comedy. Despite a groan-worthy plot that reeks of Penthouse Forum--a young man wants to have a threesome with his fiancee and another woman--Janger has managed to tell an endearing and ultimately rosy love story. Two weeks before his wedding, Anthony, a macho New York fireman, is dying to see his ultimate fantasy fulfilled. His future wife, Amy, grudgingly agrees, but with one condition--Anthony has to return the favor by sleeping with another man. The couple enlist their colorful neighbors, Vincent (Guillermo Diaz), a virginal gay guy with a crush on Anthony, and Michelle (Jennifer Esposito), a sardonically sexy lesbian, to help bring the arrangement to fruition. What follows is a dizzying ride that contains more plot twists and misunderstandings than an episode of Three's Company. Diaz and Esposito bring emotional complexity to their roles, adding layers of depth to the story with their deft character portrayals. A finely tuned blend of smart dialogue, sophisticated performances, and wacky situations, Just One TIme offers some wise advice about love and monogamy.