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A failed VJ who is rapidly approaching her thirtieth birthday attempts to re-capture her cool by staging a steamy sex party in director Cathering Cahn's lighthearted look at sex in the new millennium. Once upon a time, Charlie Cates (Alissa Miller) was a Video Gold presenter on the verge of superstardom. Fate can sometimes deal a cruel hand in life though, and as Charlie languishes in the broadcast limbo of the Home Value Shopping Network, her friend and fellow VJ hopeful Zoë Fields (Kim Director) achieves the kind of success Charlie could only dream of. Her hopes for the future quickly slipping out of focus and her jealously for Zoë's success spurned on by her boyfriend's revelation that he once slept with the successful VJ at a swinging New York "cell phone" party, Charlie determines to prove just how hip she can be by throwing the ultimate sex party. With a guest list that includes a collection of her best college friends and a house in Connecticut rented just for the occasion, Charlie is about to find out that setting the mood isn't as easy as some sexually adventurous New York hipsters might make it seem.