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New York City, in the heart of summer: a heat wave transforms the city into a tropical zone. Ten characters are drawn, one after the other, into a ring of love and desire, each one caught beyond his or her control in a chain reaction of seduction, impulses and self-discovery. Written by
And I got to see Jennifer Tilly do a great role here in 30 Beats!
Ten people, ten little stories. Summer in New York City, people are hot and horny! Each character is linked to another in some way ... and each one is seeking sexual satisfaction.
That's the story, these ten people can only find satisfaction in one but that one doesn't necessarily find satisfaction in the person who finds satisfaction in that person. (Does that make sense?) So the unsatisfied partner seeks another to fulfill their need. Some of the scenes are quiet and tender, others a bit kinky, but at movies conclusion each one found their partner.
Alexis Lloyd has given us a peep into the private world one never, or seldom bothers to consider. I found the entire story captivating and entertaining.
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