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Dating the enemy ua

I like to just go there for a short time, I don't think I could live there.

I sort of go in, hit hard and get out of there." But for long term plans, Guy is singularly empty handed: "I always feel I should have a ready answer for that question... Brett is good-looking, confident and perhaps a tad on the egotistical side.If you enjoyed Muriel's Wedding, if you loved Priscilla Queen of the Desert, you'll die laughing at Dating the Enemy, a film about love, sex and life in other peoples shoes."And we were generous with each other." So much so, they even corrected each other on occasion, about the intonations of a line, "the biggest no-no for actors," says Claudia. But ultimately, I can't look at it from the point of view of what people may think.Of course, during filming, Guy was acutely aware of the irony of making a film about a relationship in danger as a result of a lack of communication, of understanding the other's point of view. And then there was the Priscilla factor: "My initial reaction was, oh god, they're going to see this and think 'Priscilla... I was also aware of the marketing aspects, the image...ooh, I can't be seen in a dress again, I must go and do something butch. When these two meet it's love at first sight, but when a lack of compromise threatens to break-up their relationship, the natural forces of the universe intervene. The stage is set for an hilarious Aussie romantic comedy that takes the battle of the sexes to a brand new frontline.

Tash is intellectual and reserved, but maybe a little too smart for her own good.

And Claudia Karvan also plays both characters, because an extraordinary thing happens one night while they're asleep: they switch bodies.

Tash had been wishing Brett could be in her shoes, see things her way. But in the process, she is landed with his body..his job as a host on a tv music show, and his everything.

Such units can shred an enemy warbeast with as little as a single volley.

Amber Page has been writing stories since she could write.

Guy Pearce stars with Claudia Karvan in the Australian romantic comedy, Dating the Enemy - and the enemy is/are him/her/self/ves.