Married People, Single Sex

Synopsis: Various husbands, wives, friends, and lovers pair off in this erotic tableaux of sexual dysfunction. A frustrated construction worker turns to phone sex when his wife can't satisfy him; a topless dancer submits to the alluring "I do not know what" of one of her patrons; and a frustrated wife cheats on her by-the-book husband because she wants "the lust to be there."
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Mike Sedan
Production: Miklen Entertainment
 
IMDB:
3.5
Year:
1994
90 min
148 Views


1

Music.

i always thought mike

Was the perfect guy for me.

[gasps].

And now he's just

Perfect in bed.

oh, you're killing me.

[thud].

i still think that beth and i

Were made for each other.

[heavy breathing].

I don't want a divorce.

i've just never really

Been a sex maniac.

[moaning].

I never felt that comfortable

About my body.

you know,

If it wasn't for sex,

Franny and i would have

A perfect relationship.

I don't mean perfect...

[moans].

But there's more good

Than bad.

She's just shut everything out.

it's just that i have

Different kinds of desires.

Desires you know that...

That can't be met

By my husband... Or won't.

[heavy breathing].

she just got different.

[moaning].

She does these kinky things.

I'm not very comfortable

With those things.

[heavy breathing].

[heavy breathing].

[moaning].

[gasping].

oh my god! Oh my god!

look at me...

Look at me, mike.

[heavy breathing].

uhm, i don't believe this.

uhm, sure you will.

Your girlfriend won't.

[moaning].

[water gushing].

[dog barking].

hi.

hi.

how did it go?

okay.

And you?

brutal.

Music.

[door grinds].

you smell so good.

we don't have much time.

They're going to be

Here soon.

we never have much time

Anymore, do we?

Mike and beth,

They took the time,

Two weeks in paradise.

to repair a crumbling

Marriage.

[sighs].

she's gone.

She's a million miles

Away from me.

mike!

Come on, baby.

We've got to go.

You're not done?

come on! Come on!

come on!

come on!

come on!

[laughs].

i thought i was done.

[water running].

Music.

[humming].

you think they patched

It up?

i don't know.

no, no, i mean,

Really patched it up.

Found true marital happiness

Like us.

[laughs].

honey, i'm sure no one

Knows such bliss.

but then i've got...

I got to...

The deal i got.

honey, come on.

[glass breaks].

[children laughing in distant].

your turn.

what did you do with

Your tie?

Honey, i like this tie.

Did you call the babysitter,

Told her to come early?

You did, didn't you?

Alright.

11 years, ha!

11 years i've watched

Shelly change.

No, not change. She's...

I look at her

And it's like looking

At a stranger.

please, have some now.

It's ready.

you guys

I really hope that

They patch things up

On this trip.

You know, fix the marriage.

they'll be good.

They'll be fine.

speaking of fixing things,

I'm thinking about

A boob job,

Another cup size--

artie...

you know,

We were really surprised --

well, no. Don't say we

Because frankly

I still don't understand

That you couldn't see that

They were really

In trouble but --

how are we doing

With the drinks?

what do you mean we?

don't say we.

guys --

no. I think, no...

What they did was good.

I think good for them,

Good for them,

Taking a trip,

I think --

oh yeah, get some out

Of the way --

absolutely, yeah.

experience some new things.

reliving in the past.

coming back to the same

Old sh*t.

[doorbell rings].

we're not home!

i'll get it.

speak of the devils.

here we go. Let's see.

what are you wearing?

alright, you --

oh, i'd recognize

That squeal

From anywhere.

here they are.

[laughing].

whoa! Look at --

whoa! Chiquita banana

the gang's all here!

chiquita banana.

How are you?

buenas noches.

[indistinct chattering].

thanks for the postcards.

Thanks for the postcards.

look at you.

You look beautiful.

[chattering].

you all look so --

surprised, maybe?

come on in!

i only drink margaritas now.

well, the blender is broke.

Franny, fill it up.

[laughs].

[crosstalking].

guys, it's incredible.

It was so exciting.

The beaches --

[indistinct chattering].

i just want to say

Welcome home, guys.

Welcome home.

Good to see you again

And being around you guys

Right before you left was

Kind of like --

day without sunshine.

more like a root canal

Without novocain.

[laughs].

[crosstalking].

will you tell them?

tell us what?

i think we should tell them.

Tell us what?

what?

yeah.

well --

what do you --

who's your travel agent?

What?

we're getting a divorce.

oh, f*** you.

You are not.

Bull.

no. It's over.

what?

you're kidding, right?

no, it's true.

It's true.

guys, i mean five years.

there are going to be

Some problems,

You work them out, right?

we're sure.

what?

we're sure.

you guys are acting like

This is some kind of

Joyous announcement,

Got a baby or something.

we weren't happy.

nope.

But now we are, you see.

Once we decided to break up,

We became friends again.

well, i don't know whether

To say congratulations,

I'm sorry or go to hell.

go to hell!

yeah.

just say you understand.

well, i don't.

but anyway, let's go.

We're gonna be late

For dinner.

yeah, i'm really hungry.

where are we going?

italian.

honey, would you get

My jacket?

i'm gonna need some grease.

yeah.

where are we going?

[indistinct chatter].

lighten up, artie.

you're getting divorced

From each other.

Not from you guys.

[chattering].

i'm sorry, man.

I mean the babes there

Were great.

You've got to go sometime.

i know.

okay?

so what were the men like?

ill tell you.

[laughs].

really?

guys, wait up.

it's the happiest

I've seen 'em in

A long time.

i think she looked

Like a whore.

maybe.

i think mike had that

Kind of hollow look that

Divorced men get, you know,

Kinda like a hungry wolf.

[sighs].

well...

They're still our friends.

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