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Christopher John Kapanke,
Daniel S. D'Ottavio
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Juliette (Samantha McConnell) is a 22 year-old student doing a research paper about sexual behavior. Her professor says, "Put more of yourself into it," which she says she doesn't understand. Sara (Tera Patrick) her roommate, on the other hand, knows exactly what Juliette needs--an active sex life. Sara must be a kind of sexual expert; after all, she does have an "open relationship" with her live-in boyfriend David (Sebastien Guy). She suggests the "personals" in the classified ads as the best source for Juliette's research. Juliette starts answering the ads and finds Alex (Brad Bartram), some kind of "sexual invalid" who can't let her see him, but wants to talk to her and watch her in his house. She discovers "girl-girl sex" with Alicia (Brandy Davis) who wants to give herself and Juliette to her husband Eddie (Dillon Morgan Silver) for a birthday present.
Juliette continues to learn more about her sexual behavior, and about sex in general, frequently requiring tuition from Sara. The crisis develops when Juliette and David sort of "accidentally" have sex. Is Sara's "open relationship" open enough to include her best friend's "doing" her boyfriend?
Samantha McConnell, "seasoned actress" of two other films, according to IMDb, ("Lily/Lisa" in Beauty Betrayed, and "Bait" (Can you believe that name?) in Passion's Peak) plays the role of naive Juliette well. (Mostly, she just has to stand there and look sexy--and she does.) Tera Patrick, taking a short rest from her usual hardcore roles, plays the equally sexy, but less attractive, Sara and makes a good contribution to the film as the older and wiser friend of Juliette. Brad Bartram has his work cut out for him in the less-than-believable role of Alex and creates a more likable character than the ones that he usually plays.
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