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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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