I sympathize with the main character, her husband is a terrible man and lover. However this movie has typical feminist moments and serious man hating. I have noticed in some if not most feminist films, the horrible husband is always the same. A privileged woman, who does not work and understand the stress of being a constant provider. Of course he is also a typical child predator as he assaults his daughter. Its like they portray every man as a sexually mature 5 year old that just does not get female sexuality. The sons are emasculated and the one good man , Paris's ex husband is very effeminate. Why can't lesbians just make a movie about there love and erotica, with out saying men are all inferior lovers and there the true gatekeepers of love and intimacy. Besides that though there are many good points to the movie I wish they would have emphasized on. I do like the tension as the main character finally tells her best friends her deepest secret. I do like the build up of the conflict she has, where she wants to have sex with Paris intensly but is torn up in contradiction. Though the drama is overdone and a bit sappy to the point of frustration and comedy. It took her 3- 4 times to finally have sex with Paris and when they did it was great, really erotic and hot and displaying all that repressed emotion. I think I would give this movie a 6, but take away 4 for all the man hating stereotypes. Otherwise I would have given this movie a 9 or 10. Come on lets do better and stop making so many man hating movies.