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A fitting homage to the most destructive book of the 1960s
Hilarious short film illustrating the language from David Reuben's Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex But Were Afraid to Ask. Woody Allen took a loose approach to the book, making up fictional tales revolving around Reuben's lessons. The exhumes the preposterous chapter on homosexuality, the chapter where Larry Craig learned how to attract a sex partner, and where a light bulb is shown to be a favorite gay sex toy, and he focuses on a young man using this chapter in order to learn about the subject. He shows the shock and confusion of the young man as he reads such things, imagines the sex acts, and tries them out. Very clever, laugh-out-loud funny.
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