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Invited! Five friends get invites to a sex party. But, in order to get the details, each must submit revealing pictures for approval. As party time draws near, friendships are tested, personalities clash, sexual histories are laid bare.
John de los Santos,
Nathan and Maggie are in the throes of a passionate affair. They're young, good-looking, and both have boyfriends. When Nathan is assigned to write a travel article on romantic hot-spots in Napa Valley, these unconventional lovers test the limits of the sensuality and fantasy that bond them. Written by
Exactly how long has this affair with you and Nathan been going on?
Six months now.
You know, some people might consider that a little slutty.
You know, I probably think the same thing. But...
Well it's actually just really innocent, and child-like, and kadnistic all at the same time.
How does he explain the whole gay thing?
Nathan's one of those 70-30 gays.
Bisexualty is just one stop on the road to 'Gayville'.
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Sonnet No. 3 (Like a Duck)
Written by Honky / Rock-A-Lot / Whacks-A-Lot
Performed by MC Honky
Published by Sir Rock-A-Lot Music (ASCAP), Dick Little Music
Available on spinART Records
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This film is about the sexual relationships of a bisexual man and a heterosexual woman, who go on a trip together to research for a newspaper article.
Judging from the film length, I guessed that the plot is probably not so well developed, and there is little to be conveyed. Unfortunately, this turns out to be true. I feel that there are not enough character development to make the characters connect with the viewers. There are not enough subplots to make the film interesting either. Many of the momentary flashbacks could have been expanded to full scenes, such as Nathan and Maggie walking around San Francisco having fun together. This would serve as better story development, and to increase the film's runtime. It is a pity that this film turns out not to be as captivating and interesting as it could have been.
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