Actresses Eva Longoria and Kate Del Castillo make out in the upcoming comedy Without Men.

In the film, the women of a Latin American village are left to fend for themselves after all the men, with the exception of the town's priest (played by Oscar Nunez), are recruited against their will to fight in an ongoing civil war. Christian Slater plays an American journalist looking for the town.

The 36-year-old Longoria stars in the ABC dramedy Desperate Housewives. Castillo, 36, is a Mexican actress best known for her work in Spanish-language soap operas. In recent years, she has attempted crossing over into American films, most notably in the 2006 film Bordertown, which starred Jennifer Lopez, Antonio Banderas and Martin Sheen.

In a restricted trailer for Without Men, Longoria's character is seen rallying the women to work together.

Her question, “What do we women do best?” is followed by a montage of women making out, including Longoria caressing Castillo and gently kissing her chest. (The trailer is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

“It was a little difficult as the two girls are both straight so they were very nervous and laughed a lot,” Director Gabriela Tagliavini told Fox's culture blog Pop Tarts. “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.”

“Eva,” she added, “is more sexy here than in Desperate Housewives.”

The film is based on the James Canon novel Tales from the Town of Widows. In Canon's novel, a withdrawn gay man also lives among the women.