There is nothing desperate about these housewives.
Eva Longoria stars in the indie comedy, "Without Men," as the de facto lady in charge of a Latin American village that loses all of its men when they are forcibly recruited by a bunch of guerilla revolutionaries. It looks like a largely fun film about women taking over the various unsavory roles that men fill in everyday society, with "The Office" star Oscar Nunez, as a priest, the only hombre in town.
Eventually, American journalist Christian Slater comes to town and seems to spark a romance with Longoria's character, but before that, any and all sexual interplay is strictly a ladies-only affair.
Which means Longoria some lesbian moments -- with co-star Kate del Castillo.
“It was a little difficult as the two girls are both straight so they were very nervous and laughed a lot,” the film's director, Gabriela Tagliavini, told Fox News. “But I think that just made it even lovelier. [Female audiences] don’t want to watch porn, so it was all very sensual, both are very beautiful women aside from being incredibly funny.”
Of course, this isn't the first time Longoria has dabbled in girls-only kissing on film -- though she may want to forget the last time it happened.
In April, Longoria re-upped her contract for "Desperate Housewives," and she'll also soon star in "The Baytown Disco."
Based on James Cannon's best selling book, "Tales From the Town of Widows," the film hits theaters July 29th. For more on the film, click over to Fox News.