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Erotique (1994)

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Four women filmmakers examine sexuality in this anthology. Segment 1 is entitled "Let's Talk About Sex" and is the story of an aspiring actress whose day job is as a phone-sex operator. ... See full summary »

Writers:

Lizzie Borden (screenplay), Lizzie Borden (segment) | 6 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Kayla Allen Kayla Allen ... Phone Worker (segment "Let's Talk About Love")
Sunshine Bainbridge Sunshine Bainbridge ... Phone Worker (segment "Let's Talk About Love")
Priscilla Barnes ... Claire (segment "Taboo Parlor")
Michael Carr Michael Carr ... Victor (segment "Taboo Parlor")
Hark-Kin Choi Hark-Kin Choi ... Uncle (segment "Wonton Soup")
Michelle Clunie ... Slave #1 (segment "Let's Talk About Love")
Vincent Cook Vincent Cook
Bryan Cranston ... Dr. Robert Stern (segment "Let's Talk About Love")
Liane Curtis ... Murphy (segment "Let"s Talk About Love")
Wade Dominguez ... Dream Sequence Lover (segment "Let's Talk About Love")
Hardy R. Franklin Hardy R. Franklin
Janet Haley ... Older Phone Worker (segment "Let's Talk About Love")
Peter Kern Peter Kern ... Franz (segment "Taboo Parlor")
Robert Kotecki ... Casting Agent (segment "Let's Talk About Love")
Guilherme Leme Guilherme Leme ... (segment "Final Call")
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Four women filmmakers examine sexuality in this anthology. Segment 1 is entitled "Let's Talk About Sex" and is the story of an aspiring actress whose day job is as a phone-sex operator. Tiring of listening to callers' fantasies, she finds a caller who is willing to listen to hers. Segment 2 is called "Taboo Palor" and tells the story of two lesbians, who, for variety, pick up a man for sex. He ends up getting more than he bargained for. Segment 3 is "Wonton Soup." Here an Australian-Chinese man tries to rekindle his affair with a Chinese woman by returning to their roots: both in the kitchen and in the bedroom. Written by Allen Brown <browna@ohsu.edu>

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Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong sexuality, sex-related dialogue and some language | See all certifications »
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USA | Germany | Hong Kong | Brazil

Release Date:

20 January 1995 (USA) See more »

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Let's Talk About Sex See more »

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Gross USA:

$1,109,822
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Mono

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Color
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The Brazilian segment is not present in all releases (as noted by differing running times). See more »

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For its original U.S. release, sex scenes were trimmed to get an "R" rating, replacing the original "NC-17". See more »

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TV Dad Gone Bad - But That's Good
27 July 2001 | by mantoothSee all my reviews

Before Bryan Cranston was the lovable Hal on "Malcolm In The Middle," he paid his dues making movies like this. I haven't even seen the whole movie yet, only BC's part. But that segment ("Let's Talk About Love") alone has already made this movie worth the six bucks I paid for it. This may not be BC's masterpiece, but it's worth watching to see what kind of roles he played before "MITM." Check it out, just make sure the kids aren't around...


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