Two lonely individuals are having difficulties in their relationships, being with partners that do not co-operate. Alex (Allan Acason) and Kaitlynn (Felicity Mc Kee) are venturing around the city at opposite times of the day, interacting in the same places and share the same activities. This film, presented in Split-Screen, will show the problems that both people share and how they might actually be closer than they think before they even meet. Shot in Belfast city, 'Opposites Attract' will show the cultural and enjoyable locations that Alex and Kaitlynn associate themselves in. From the director of I've Got Plans, Nicholas .S. Tracey comes the enjoyable and experimental use of the Split-Screen technique that is slowly rising in Digital Media.