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Honestly, what is it? If you just want to sleep with me, I don't think I'm all worth the effort. And what if it's not that, what is it you can't resist? My sparkling personality?
Actually it's your high self-esteem.
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Performed by Bus Stop
Written by Evan Olson (as E. Olson)
Published by Big Tiger Music, Inc. (BMI)
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Complications ensue when seven people decide to switch lovers.
How this one got lost in the cinematic cracks is beyond me. I'm totally loving Carla Gugino these days ever since Snake Eyes but when I saw Saffron Burrows and Sherilyn Fenn in the credits also, I just had to sit and watch. To think I was going to see Logan's Run. I could not get enough of this film. Great writing, subtle direction, and an assurance I haven't seen since Soderberg's Sex, Lies & Videotape. The actresses are great but the actors aren't shabby either. Matthew Letscher has impeccable comic timing. Bruce Davison is so warm and giving in his perf. And Jon Tenney, he's not just Teri Hatcher's beau in my eyes any more. Watch for his scene where he melts a coed into his arms only to be driven to tears by Saffron Burrows a few minutes later. I can't wait for Mr. Feldman's next feature.
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