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411 BC, Sparta and Athens are in a endless war, but Lisistrata, a beautiful woman has an idea to stop the fight, and convinces all the women to do it: no sex until there is peace. At first things are going well and men are becoming more and more desperate, but when when things are going to collapse, Hepatitos, the leader of the Gay Greek United has an idea: convince men that, if women doesn't want to have sex, let's do it only with men; which will lead to unexpected funny situations. The film is bad, very bad, the plot is quite absurd and actors are simply correct, but, in some way, the film is so absurd and weird that it results funny, i found myself laughing a lot while watching these film (maybe I was in an unexpected good mood, I don't know), it is good if you want to spend a relaxed 90 minutes, relaxed seeing a film. It does not worth at all the time you will spend seeing it, but there are lots of worse films that this one. If you have not anything more to do, possibly you will laugh a little and have a good time.
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