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It is difficult to convey how frustrating this film was to watch. Although only 55 minutes duration, watching it felt like a lifetime and it was very tempting to hit the fast forward button or just switch off. The first bone of contention is the title; all the players seem to have made their careers in the adult film industry so one has to wonder if they are couples at all. As for the "Best Sex Ever" bit, this is a soft core film and so we never get to see any real sex, so was there any sex at all? The film comprises six segments, each segment starts with about two minutes of talking heads filmed in monochrome detailing each couple's fantasy sex scenario. There then follows the usual soft core practises of slow motion undressing, kissing and caressing which leaves very little time for the soft core sex.
The frustrating thing about the film was the execution of the filming. The writer/director, James Mvinner tries to be too arty with the camera, with too close up close-ups, jerky or unnecessary camera movements and generally not allowing the viewer to take in what is on screen before switching camera position. This is particularly noticeable in the Photography segment in which it seems, the cameraman cannot hold the camera steady for more than a couple of seconds at a time, even cutting off peoples heads while they are talking to camera. There are other faults but they would take too long to detail. All in all a very frustrating film to watch.
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