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by Lei Landicho
Here is a film that will end the infidelity epidemic in cinemas. Any movie, post-Etiquette, that will mention the words, ‘affair,’ ‘other woman,’ or ‘mistress’ would be considered null and void. Etiquette for Mistresses does not deny that movie productions have abrasively fed us up with stories on adultery and unfaithfulness; rather, it embraces the idea, banks on it, and flaunts the many differing perspectives of being a woman at the backyard of a matrimonial home.