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Two middle-aged couples are linked by more than just a lifelong friendship. While relaxing on a Caribbean island, they get an unconventional idea to enrich and, as a result, complicate their sexual lives.
Marika Sarah Procházková,
The upper middle class Wendy Barnet and Alan Barnet are married with children and live in the suburbs. Alan is disputing a promotion with his co-worker Neil Bradley (Vincent Corazza) but his relationship with Wendy is boring. They decide to buy a swingers magazine and contact an attractive couple to rekindle their sex life. The couple Louise and Jack Bauer schedule a date with them at the Zebra Lounge and they go to a place where they swap wives. Wendy and Alan feel satisfied with the encounter but Louise and Jack want to meet them again. Soon they find how persistent Jack is. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
to this film, which is a cable ready movie, so use that as the parameter to judge it.
Kristy Swanson is Stephen Baldwin's wife, they are swingers who come across a personal ad placed by a bored married couple (Cameron Daddo is believable as a bored sales executive).
There are a few artful scenes in the beginning, which slowly degenerate to predictable, but then the couple begin to pursue Daddo and his wife, as well as their children. They pop up at a birthday party, buy them a plasma TV and move in to the vacant house next door.
There is an amusing scene where Baldwin says he and Louise (Kristy Swanson) are committed to the relationship and want it long-term, apparently swingers "going steady" to avoid the possibility of HIV, other complications.
Overall it is entertainment, worth watching for Baldwin as the villain. 5/10.
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