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Threesome (1994)

Eddy and Stuart share two-thirds of a dormitory suite. Due to bureaucratic error, a woman named Alex is added to their room. At first, relations among the three are tense. Soon, however, ... See full summary »

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Eddy
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Dick
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Renay
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Larry
Michele Matheson ...
Kristen
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Curt Woman
Jennifer Lawler ...
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Jack Breschard ...
Priest
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Amy Ferioli ...
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Jason Workman ...
Medical Student
Katherine Kousi ...
Laundry Girl
Kathleen Beaton ...
Girl at Registration
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Eddy and Stuart share two-thirds of a dormitory suite. Due to bureaucratic error, a woman named Alex is added to their room. At first, relations among the three are tense. Soon, however, Alex falls for Eddy, and Stuart lusts after Alex. Eddy comes to realize not only that he's gay, but that he's attracted to Stuart. The three pledge not to act on any romantic (or lustful) feelings with each other, and become close friends . . . while bottling up a lot of sexual tension. Written by James Meek <james@oz.net>

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One girl. Two guys. Three possibilities.

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Comedy | Romance | Drama

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Rated R for strong sexuality and sex-related dialogue | See all certifications »

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8 April 1994 (USA)  »

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Tres formas de amar  »

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$14,815,000 (USA)
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Andrew Fleming: at the beginning of the film, screaming from a dorm window. See more »

Goofs

As Eddy is taking his clothes off getting ready to jump into the lake, you can clearly see he's wearing underwear and that he drops his T shirt as he begins his run. But in the next scene from behind, Eddy is no longer wearing underwear and again drops his T shirt. See more »

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Alex: What are you doing in here?
Eddie: Our room has a foul and mysterious odor.
Alex: So clean it, you used to be a clean person.
Eddie: That was before I moved in with him. I used to make hospital corners, now I don't even change the sheets
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References Jules and Jim (1962) See more »

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BUTTERCUP
Written by Stone Gossard, Shawn Smith, Jeremy Toback and Regan Hagar
Performed by Brad
Courtesy of Epic Associated Records
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
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a great, much under-appreciated movie
22 December 2000 | by (San Francisco, CA) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie in high school, liked it a lot at the time, and have continued to like it a lot. I think it was a much under-appreciated film that, in its own, pop-culture way, is even very brave. Josh Charles and Lara Flynn Boyle, both actors I always enjoy, give strong, genuine performances and Stephen Baldwin does his best acting outside of THE USUAL SUSPECTS. The best thing about the film, however, is Andrew Flemming's screenplay, which is highly literate, witty, extremely aware of itself, it's situation and the nature of its characters, and is studded with some beautiful little gems of sensitivity, understanding and wisdom. Though some people might dismiss it as fluff, the issues of sexuality, confusion and desire being presented are extremely well-handled, and Flemming is very good at addressing them intelligently, through his characters, without ever abandoning believability- especially in regards to how college kids talk and think. Also, a gold star for the portrayal of a gay man who is not flamboyant, dying or AIDS, or stupidly following the heroine around playing confidante; another for exploring the darker, stranger side of the woman-male homosexual relationship so often glamorized in Hollywood; a third for addressing that taboo subject so often dropped from teenage and twenty-something sex comedies: guilt. All in all, a fun, enjoyable movie- with a nice, thought provoking kick in the stomach to make it really worth your time.


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