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Cum to Live (2001)

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In this low budget comedy about safe sex, a man and a woman are stuck in a house in the French Alps in a snowstorm. They want to have sex but have no condom. Do they practice unsafe sex? To... See full summary »

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In this low budget comedy about safe sex, a man and a woman are stuck in a house in the French Alps in a snowstorm. They want to have sex but have no condom. Do they practice unsafe sex? To cap it all, they've both had a troubled past, have guns and know how to use them! Written by Anonymous

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The first fun thriller about safe sex

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A french young man want to have sex with a false english girl.
4 February 2003 | by See all my reviews

This is the best and the worst movie ever made. The funnier and at the same time a really sad one, because this is so stupid that we don't understand how a 30years old director, actor and writer can be involved by himself in such a desperate story about a man that has never been with a women. Pity for him, cause I think this an autobiographical movie. And the energy that Antoine Douchet put on screen come from his libido. It is a must be seen movie, with a lot of friend to laugh until you explode. It is a spermatic movie which is starting in the snow and ending with an improbable gunfight, shoot by a cameraman who give himself a handjob during the shooting, because there is no reflection on the way to make a movie. The camera is just a witness of the stupidity of the director. There should be more movie like this one. It is a good lesson for everyone. Gone with his passion, the director gives his entire body and soul to make laugh his audience. This is an example of bravery. Antoine Douchet, I will be at your funeral because your are a great man.


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