Six Sex Scenes and a Murder (2008)
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A man named Nick Hamilton (Richard Anthony Crenna, Jr.) has been gunned down in cold blood just outside San Francisco's most popular burlesque club, and as a local detective and Nick's girlfriend work together to catch the killer, they discover that each suspect has an alibi that cold reveal their innermost sexual secrets. Now, as all six of the suspects file in for questioning, the detective in charge of the case gets an intimate picture of Hamilton's last twenty-four hours. But which version of the events, if any, is the absolute truth? … More
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Critic Reviews for Six Sex Scenes and a Murder
These American teens really get under your skin. You'll be pissed. You'll be perplexed. You'll be totally riveted.
While fulfilling titular obligations, Six Sex Scenes and a Murder provides tepid titillation as various suspects produce carnal alibis around the slaying of a handsome ne'er-do-well.
Unfortunately the results are limp and diffused -- not sexy, not suspenseful and not involving.
Sub-par acting is expected from a low-budget movie, but Scenes could very likely have been a successful film had it employed a more experienced editor -- someone who could have arranged the events more cohesively and trimmed the excess fat.
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