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Married People, Single Sex (1994)

Various husbands, wives, friends, and lovers pair off in this erotic tableaux of sexual dysfunction. A frustrated construction worker turns to phone sex when his wife can't satisfy him; a ... See full summary »

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Beth
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Carol
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Richard
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Mike
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Various husbands, wives, friends, and lovers pair off in this erotic tableaux of sexual dysfunction. A frustrated construction worker turns to phone sex when his wife can't satisfy him; a topless dancer submits to the alluring "I do not know what" of one of her patrons; and a frustrated wife cheats on her by-the-book husband because she wants "the lust to be there." Written by lament

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7 May 1994 (South Korea)  »

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Beth: All you talk about is growing old together. I'm not ready to grow old!
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Ideas That Should Stay Under the Sheets.
12 June 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Early-1990s yuppies complain constantly in a documentary style format about their marriages and constant thoughts of infidelity and sexual fantasies (with some of each coming to fruition). Sleekly disguised soft-core mess is just a cop-out to get its leads in would-be erotic situations with mediocre results. All the performers are cardboard cutout caricatures that seemingly only come to life when something sexual is involved. Silly ploys by the screenwriter and the director are as dry as a long walk in the desert with no water in sight. Do yourself and a favor and avoid completely. This is a terribly weak disaster that does not even stand very tall in its obscure sub-genre. Turkey (0 stars out of 5).


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