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Obscure British indie movie featuring a group of young adults in a house in the woods

I'm trying to track down a British indie movie. This is what I remember:

1. I watched it on VHS in the mid-to-late 90s. I'm assuming it came out somewhere between '89-'94.
2. A group of young people, maybe college students, go to a house in the woods for a weekend.
3. A woman wants to lose her virginity and is trying to decide on a partner. There is a competition between two guys. She passes over the guy who likes her the most (of course).
4. There is a murder.
5. The final shot is of wind blowing leaves in the woods.

The film was creepy, but not a horror movie. Does this ring a bell? Google isn't helping. It's driving me crazy.
asked Dec 31, 2015 in Name That Movie by zoonami (1 point)
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