While Huntington’s Josh and Hager’s Nora are dealing with Josh being stuck in wolf form on Being Human, it’s Huntington and Rath who play a couple in the romantic comedy Three Night Stand, which has its U.S. premiere at this month’s Slamdance Film Festival. They star as a husband and wife who go to a bed and breakfast to rekindle their romance and are confronted by an ex (Emmanuelle Chriqui), the one who got away from him. “It’s all about fantasy versus reality,” Rath says. “It’s a fun little indie movie that’s very strange and hilarious at the same time.” How would it be different if Witwer were her leading man instead of Huntington? “I think it would be more frowning. More jaw,” she says. Adds Witwer, “I was thinking more chin dimple. The movie is light on chin dimple, square jaw brow face. It’s the actual medical term for it.”