Sex and Breakfast (2007)

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Sex and Breakfast: Directed by Miles Brandman. With Macaulay Culkin, Kuno Becker, Eliza Dushku, Alexis Dziena. Two young couples take a swing at handling their relationship problems through psychologist-prescribed partner-swapping.

“Though many will avoid this little film because the title and DVD cover suggest a mindless mélange of sexual encounters, those who can get past these flaws will find a well written (Miles Brandman) examination of young peopleu0026#39;s concepts of relationships and how to keep them. Brandman also directs this stylish charmer and has at his disposal actors not usually associated with a more serious type of story.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eJames (Macaulay Culkin) and Heather (Alexis Dziena) are young, attractive and in love, though Heather is finally able to confide in James that she is unable to achieve orgasm in their otherwise satisfactory sex life. Ellis (Kuno Becker) and Renee (Eliza Dushku) are another couple whose intimate life has lost its sparkle. Each of the couples (who have never met) hears about sex therapist Dr. Wellbridge (Joanna Miles) who supports the concept of group sex as a means to strengthen relationships grown stale. Each couple meets with the doctor, reveals their insecurities and fears and Dr. Wellbridge arranges a u0026#39;sessionu0026#39; for the two couples to share an evening of intimate interaction. How this u0026#39;changeu0026#39; alters each coupleu0026#39;s relationship is the message of the film: some surprises are in store that are unsuspected.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eYes, there is comedy here and yes, there is thoughtful dialog, but the pleasure of the film lies in discovering the expanded acting abilities demonstrated by these four young attractive actors. The film may not be deep, but it does entertain and it most certainly has some useful information about love and relationships we all need to know. Grady Harp”


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