Siff, a zealous student in sexology, has recently moved to her boyfriend Lucas' place. Her close friend Maria is temporarily sleeping on their couch, though Lucas is not very keen on the idea. At first it seems the two women keep the phlegmatic Lucas well in hand. But when Siff is gone for a weekend seminar, Lucas has an affair with Maria. On finding out what has happened Siff wants to throw Maria out, but she doesn't have the heart to do it, so Lucas ends up promising Siff it will never happen again. But it does, Lucas and Maria still feel attracted to each other. Neither of them wants to break it up. As a solution the two women decide to share and sleep with Lucas by turns. But Siff knows from her studies that a threesome relationship will inevitably go on the rocks without a set of clean-cut agreements. So they work out a sex-calendar to manage their ménage à trois. Realizing she is trapped by her own broad-mindedness Siff understands she needs to set a limit.
The whole "guy has fantasies of two women" is obviously known and is admittedly getting quite old; so perhaps it's time to turn it around?
We know what kind of emotions a women would portray, in this type of movie; they're fragile and would end up getting predictably hurt/ upset. Now a man's emotional response would really be of one's curiosity.
Sometimes a fantasy story with two men who accepts to be in a relationship with one women could also be interesting. Ever thought of that? No, because obviously the script writer is not creative enough.
Of course this is only a few persons preferences; though if a director could capture a man's emotional struggle to leave or stay, that would be ten times more interesting.
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