Let's Talk About Sex (1998)
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An intimate look at mating and dating in the nineties from the female perspective. First time director Troy Beyer stars as Jazz, a budding talk show host, who enlists her roommates, Lena and Michelle, to help her gather interview footage that she plans to edit as a talk show pitch. The three set out to interview over 250 real women on the streets of South Beach, and what they discover, not only about their subjects but about themselves, turns out to be much more revealing than they had anticipated. The candid interview footage, intercut with the evolving stories of the three women, lays the groundwork for erotic, emotional and sometimes outrageous results. … More
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Critic Reviews for Let's Talk About Sex
Like the saying goes, "those who talk most about sex, usually have it the least."
Beyond satisfying the audience's prurient interest--and the film really doesn't strive for that--there's no insight into the source of women's sexuality.
The film's hilariously overblown housework-as-grieving climax, complete with cleanser cans being thrown in frustration, has to be a cinema landmark of some sort.
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