Dating the enemy
One Valentine's evening a group of single, dateless friends get together to play Trivial Pursuit.
Brett (Guy Pearce), a friend of the host from Melbourne, has just landed a job as presenter of a TV gossip show. Tash (Claudia Karvan) is a science journalist for a national newspaper, studious, intense and self-conscious.
Two very different people whose relationship is nose diving to get the opportunity to experience life in their partners shoes when they wake up one morning in each others bodies.
Valuable lessons are learned by each as they both have to adjust to very different lives.
A month of each pretending to be the other ensues and they have to learn what it's really like to be in the other person's shoes.
Tash has to try to keep Brett's high-profile career on track.
During the party on the ferry, when Guy Pearce is busted by Claudia Karvan telling the model that he has had a job offer from New York, the boat is clearly not moving. Brett and tacha fall in love at the first sight, but they were completely different in their livings.
Though they have been together over a year, Tash and Brett have reached a point where they believe that neither understands the other.
Tash is still trying to write serious scientific articles for a paper more interested in gossip and sex and struggling to prevent her articles being buried on page 12. That night during a Valentine's boat trip on Sydney Harbour, an argument ensues and Brett decides he has had enough.
Tash tells him: 'I wish you could be me, so you could see how I feel for once.
After that they found theirselves in eachothers bodies. The mannish acts of brett in tacha's body are marvelous.
they make you think brett is a real woman and tacha is a real man.after the film you found yourself smiling warmly.