Two temp specialists endeavor a relationship in the wake of resting together in Ryan Sage’s rom-com.
In the case of nothing else, Ryan Sage’s rom-com Temps outlines how dating models have changed throughout the years. Previously, things had become genuine when individuals engaged in sexual relations, or chose to live respectively. Presently the most imperative gauge is overhauling your “relationship status” on Facebook.
Tragically, regardless of such convenient experiences and the engaging exhibitions of its two leads, Temps satisfies its name by vanishing from your memory minutes in the wake of survey. It portrays taking all things together as well commonplace style the sentiment between temp laborers Jefferson (Grant Rosenmeyer) and Stephanie (Lindsey Shaw), who, as one character in the film puts it, are “running the bases in reverse” as such, becoming more acquainted with each other and doing conventional “couple” things after as of now having engaged in sexual relations.