Three friends are having dinner. Jenny is waxing on about her fabulous sex life with boyfriend Ben. In exasperation, Cheryl interrupts. She announces her frustration with three months of ... See full summary »

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Three friends are having dinner. Jenny is waxing on about her fabulous sex life with boyfriend Ben. In exasperation, Cheryl interrupts. She announces her frustration with three months of celibacy. James, gay, tells her it should be easy to find a man - just ask the first one who passes by. She heads outside to test his theory. Jenny thinks Cheryl's drunk and a fool, and she won't go to watch, but Jimmy does. Cheryl stops a young man wearing a headset. Will he agree to her proposition? Does Jimmy's theory need refinement? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Effective Short Film
17 January 2006 | by (Isle Of Bute , Scotland) – See all my reviews

Three people sit around a dinner table and right away the audience jump to the wrong conclusion as to who is who and how they all fit into each other's lives . one of the characters then decides she's not been getting enough sex and decides to do something about it but sex like love and career never EVER goes according to plan

Ruth Coulson's short film is a good enough example to show how to make an effective short . Despite lasting only eight minutes it contains enough twists and turns to keep the audience amused and contains some bitterly salty dialogue . Let's be honest the jibe about Hampstead Heath while not being politically correct does sound like the sort of thing a sexually frustrated heterosexual woman might say to a gay friend . It's also good to see a short film containing at least one actress ( Claire Goose ) the audience might recognise


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