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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
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Using a blend of fantasy and reality, this film presents an extraordinary day in the lives of two female friends in their mid thirties. The primary focus of the film is upon their conversations at work where they design and write adult comics. Julia is upset because she suspects her husband is having an affair. She has been keeping her suspicions to herself, but now she is thinking of confronting him. Stephanie is single, but is feeling pressure from her biological clock -- she wants a baby. She recently returned from Tokyo and while a TV repair man eaves drops, tells Julia every detail of her sexploits there. As Julia talks, she gets more upset and shares her fears that her husband's mistress has been following her. Julia goes to the TV repair shop to pick up the things the man repaired earlier and ends up having a steamy encounter. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi