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Nice comedy, much better than you'd assume
"Don't judge a book by it's cover!" That is more true for the movie than for many others.
Normally, judging by the title, you might expect some rather scrappy movie. It's also a production of the TV channel itself, so if there wasn't that tiny little hint in my TV magazine, I'd never have chosen to check out that movie.
The movie is about Saskia. Just returned from a vacation in Italy she still is virgin but she really wants to change this. Guided by an imagination of herself and the new neighbour's son - who's gay and therefore kind of an ideal trainer - she's on the search for "the right one" to prepare her for the one boy she really loves.
I liked the movie for it's humour... and also for it's sensitive approach towards this topic. Normally mixing homosexuality, virgins and such into a movie turns into a catastrophe but they managed to make an intelligent movie without spoiling it.
Still the movie had some rather kitschy moments and the repetition of one audio track was annoying after some time, but still it's a movie worth seeing - although perhaps not for everyone.
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