There have been such a large number of occasions in film and TV that incorporate this essential reason: Girl meets young lady, young lady turns into young lady’s closest companion, young lady destroys young lady’s life.
Now and then that story incorporates some sexual association or control, and that is precisely what happens in Don’t Look Back (composed and coordinated by William Dickerson). Lucy Griffiths (True Blood) stars as kids’ book author Nora, whose grandmother passes away and abandons her home in languid Idle wild, California. There she meets Peyton, who is looking for a spot to stay and chances upon Nora’s home, persuading her she would be an awesome flat mate. A wonderful picture taker who appears to be sufficiently agreeable, Nora trusts Peyton enough to say OK.