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Let's Talk About Sex (1998)

 -  Drama  -  11 September 1998 (USA)
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An aspiring African-American talk show host sets out with two girlfriends to videotape interviews with multicultural women about life, love and sex. She interviews her friends Michelle, who... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jasmine 'Jazz' Hampton (as Troy Beyer)
Randi Ingerman ...
Michaline Babich ...
Dale Paris ...
Scott 'Booty Call Guy'
Phyllis Bash ...
Jazz's Mother
Judith Lauro ...
Lena's Mother
Janis Rose Avillion ...
Michelle's Mother
Joseph C. Phillips ...
William Walden ...
Box Interviewer
Natalia Ongaro ...
Opening Sequence Girl
Diana Kato ...
Opening Sequence Girl
Monique Bourgery ...
Opening Sequence Girl


An aspiring African-American talk show host sets out with two girlfriends to videotape interviews with multicultural women about life, love and sex. She interviews her friends Michelle, who is a vixen, and Lena, who is more vulnerable about their views on sex. Through the course of the project, all three women work out their sexually problems and questions, and work on their relationships with men. Written by

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What you've always wanted to know about sex but were afraid to ask.




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11 September 1998 (USA)  »

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Girl Talk  »

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$300,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$213,347 (USA) (11 September 1998)


$417,827 (USA) (25 September 1998)

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1.85 : 1
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Strong film, but the abrupt mood changes could drop your transmission.
2 December 1999 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

But truthfully, that's the way that life sometimes works!

Which is what I think this movie is actually about. It is a shame that Troy Beyer didn't focus more on the poignant and emotional parts of her three main characters long before the end of this movie. I honestly wasn't hoping for skin footage when I grabbed this video off the shelf. Paget Brewster as Michelle was the only reason I rented it from Blockbuster anyway--there was a recent cycle of her as "Kathy" on Friends broadcast on CBS recently. I found her presence as an actress and character intriguing, besides her large warm eyes and mammoth smile. In "Let's Talk About Sex" the gratuitous, raw sexual footage seemed overdone. But, it did serve to set the musky mood for this film's sexual side. The grainy video footage of women who were interviewed for a possible TV show called "Girl Talk" was impressive and disturbing for me, a guy, who has enough problems trusting some of you already. Their stories and opinions on sex, men, and being women did serve to add depth to the story; nevertheless, I found myself wanting to see more of the emotionally bruised and honest sides of the main characters, more of their history, as well as the sincere parts of the strangers they interviewed for "Girl Talk". To me, it was two different works melded together...the vulgar, clay side of sex along with the more ethereal feelings found within humans as sexual, emotional beings...somehow this film never seemed to find a segue from one into the other without making me lurch from the impact of the pace changes. Two sides of the same coin, I think that this is an honorable work: Like most films that have good merit, this one ends with the three friends each having their own much needed epiphany. That the characters learned something and had their ships come in is enough for me. I did take something really good from it.

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