Three guys in their twenties love wine and women but they are still virgins. Under the guise of a wine tour they embark on a journey to Spain hoping to have their first sexual experience. ...
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Three guys in their twenties love wine and women but they are still virgins. Under the guise of a wine tour they embark on a journey to Spain hoping to have their first sexual experience. Jozef is blind, Philip is paralyzed from the neck down and Lars is in a wheelchair with a brain tumor, but they're not going to let anything stand in their way...Written by
Jozef, Philip, and Lars are three disabled young friends who decide to go on a road trip to a Spanish brothel to lose their virginity. At first the true purpose of the trip is hidden from their doting but overprotective parents. Then the whole trip has to be carried out covertly when Lars, in the doctor's opinion, becomes too sick to travel. What the trip reveals is that Jozef is a lovely guy, Philip is a self-absorbed moronic drunk, and a misogynistic one to boot, while Lars is also a drunk and an out-and-out racist. But the film expects us to forgive these traits because they are in wheelchairs. However, there isn't enough characterisation or subtlety here to mitigate the crudity of the two young men. The film has episodic successes: Lars' younger sister is gleeful in her plans to aid her brother's adventure, and the character of Claude is well-written and performed. But overall this is an under-realised script that relies too heavily on disability as a forgiveness for ugly prejudices. Formulaic, tonally uneven, and strangely both cynical and sentimental.
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