*Online Premiere* Lulu contemplates her inner desires and fantasies, and the paradoxes therein. Inspired by the Jean-Paul Sartre story, Jess Magee directs “Intimacy,” a playful rumination on love and relationships. Lulu considers her bond with Henry incomplete (“he loves me but he doesn’t love all of me”), and it’s complicated by a new lover, who rubs her knee and promises big things. Meanwhile she daydreams of becoming a nun, walking down dark hallways feeling distinguished and holy. And yet all of her fantasies seem to circle back, or down — her friend Ruby insists “I think you like being surrounded by failure.” Magee stars and provides the voiceover (she’s compelling in both places), and her film is a stylish montage of indelible, though not overly refined, images — of Henry holding up an appendix in a jar, or Lulu dressed as a nun making eyes at a stranger — all brought home with a couple of lovely French tunes. [Watch on YouTube]. (7 minutes). Written and Directed by Jess Magee. Cinematography by Liza Mandelup and Jess Magee. Production Design by Leah Pipes Meltzer. Camera Operator: Liza Mandelup. Associate Produced by Emily Mackenzie. Starring Jess Magee, Noah Collier, Bob Weisz, and Leah Pipes Meltzer.