Video Review: Kut Klose “Surrender”

In black-and-white, a shirtless man sits on wet steps. A young woman sits behind him and feels his chest.

Lavonn, Tabitha and Athena lean against the wall and sing.

The shirtless man and young woman kiss. Wearing a robe, he sits in a chair in his family room and makes a call. The young woman kisses his chest. In his robe, he leans against the wall.

Lavonn, Tabitha and Athena stand together at the partition.

The young man talks on the phone.

They continue to lean against the wall.

Rating: 3/5

The young woman treads water in the pool with the young woman. He takes her in his arms and she kisses him. They make love. She finds her bathing suit and puts her towel over her body. He implores her to stay. She says she can’t and kisses him. She gets dressed in the bathroom and grabs her purse. Glancing over her shoulder, she sees him in the pool, staring at her through the screen door.

She couldn’t do it anymore. Although she didn’t want to let him go, she had to distance herself from him. They slept together every time they saw each other. However, he avoided the topic of what they were. She overheard telling his friends he was with his wife the other day. Their relationship had been going on for nearly a year. While she gets ready to work, she lets the answering machine get the call from him. She’ll call him whenever. Throughout the week, he calls her every day.

By the third week, he’s asking her what’s wrong. She picks up the phone and says she’s hurt that he doesn’t want to be with her. She doesn’t know his friends or family and adds she has a date on Friday. He shouts out “No!” and she asks him one reason why she shouldn’t go out with the other guy. He says because he’s in love with her. She tells him it’s a start and they can talk further over the weekend.

Director: N/A Year: 1995

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7VCxar1CEY

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Pam Avoledo spends her time binge-watching classic teen dramas and stands firm in her pro-Leyton stance. She also received her journalism degree in 2006 from Oakland University and has been published in the White Wall Review.

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