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This film is perfect. Adam Rifkin does a great job, the story is flawless, well almost until the end, kind of gets a little sappy. But I loved this film because it conveys the very epitome of what I believe in. Humans were not meant to be monogomous creatures by nature but they are in Denial. This Denial is the very cause of all the deceit, adultery, divorce and mishap in relationships. We, being humans, need to be free to explore all avenues when it comes to sex and that which we find attractive, thus the origins for this film. Bravo. If your in Denial while reading this, come to terms with your own desires and needs, and go after what you want. Monogomy is best left for those who are too stubborn to know the reason for their own existence. By the way, the male acting is great and this is very funny film. 10 out of 10.
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