A group of women get together in front of the TV and talk about their sexual misadventures and problems. The main focus is a young troubled woman (Sara Browne), who has just broken up with ...
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A group of women get together in front of the TV and talk about their sexual misadventures and problems. The main focus is a young troubled woman (Sara Browne), who has just broken up with her boy friend and moves into a vacant room with one of her friends (Astrid Grant). When she hears about the problems the friend is having with her boy friend (Michael Walker), she ends up dating him and ending her friendship. Meanwhile another man in her rooming house is bedding every woman he sees to get over his own broken relationship. But it is the women's sexual discussion that dominates the film. Written by
John Sacksteder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I read somewhere that a lack of sex could cause a myriad of problems. Anything from hardening of the nipples, excess facial hair to bad breath!
And where did you read that?
Better Homes and Gardens!
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OCL is one of those small independant films that I am constantly recommending to friends. Min (Sara Browne) has just been fired from her job at a Deli and has just found out her boyfriend is having an affair with her room-mate. So she finds herself without a boyfriend, without a place to live and no job. Her best friend Jaz (Astrid Grant) finds her a place to stay and a new job..."Now only if we can find you some regular sex you can walk down the street without a bag over your head". Min has also got a sick father to deal with and she is always on the phone to her mum about him..."You found his thermometer where ??? Bulls**t!!!". OCL is a film that deserves repeat viewings and the cast is excellent, especially Sara Browne, Nicholas Bishop (as Min's sexually adventrous new room-mate) and Lisa Denmeade (as Claire, her foul-mouthed friend). Highly recommended.
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