Sweet Talk

Synopsis: Delilah is an operator in a phone sex company whose job is to satisfy the clients with her cyber sex expertise. She is passionately in love with Russian literature. However she is a troubled woman, having hallucinations of a mysterious figure silently sitting next to her bed at nights. Samson is a writer who is facing mental blockade that makes him very desperate. One night when his mind denies to help him out with his type-writer, he sees an advertisement in a newspaper about a phone sex company. Hesitantly he dials the number and Delilah picks up the phone. After paying the fee, they begin to talk and gradually they embark on a fantasy journey filled with infidelity, lust, drama and blood. The imaginative world they create, will change their lives forever.
Genre: Adventure, Drama
Director(s): Terri Hanauer
Production: Sweet Talk Productions
Rotten Tomatoes:
92 min


Oh, my God.

No restaurant! Hey!

You buy, you take away!

Man, she meaner than your mama.

Man, nobody meaner than my mama.

You got something for under

5 bucks that's not gonna kill me?


- So tense.

Very good stuff!

It's, uh, $4.29, plus taxes.

Okay. Very good, very good.

Now, tell me something, huh?

Nice girl like you.

How come you dress like that?

Don't you want a husband?

A husband?


You marry her?

Marry her?

I wouldn't even f*ck her... not

even with your dick.

Hey. Hey!

You'd need a microscope to find


No, no, no. Hey!

Hey, my dick ain't lacking

none in the size department, baby.


Hey, you're late tonight, honey.

Yeah, that's the story of my life.

Well, better late than never, huh?


Those cigarettes are gonna kill

you one day.

You know that, right?

Something's got to.

Oh, God.

See you.



- Ah!

- Anna Karenina.

- heh!


You look ravishing...

this evening, my dear!


What could you have in that bag,

My dear?


It's nothing, Professor.

It's domestic.

But not undrinkable!

Am I correct?


Well, and you're not going to

enjoy it alone!

Please, sit! Please!



Uh, you are. Here.


come on.

Thank you, my dear.




Don't do anything stupid.

- Leon?

- As you were.

- What do you think, Leon?

Gonna kill me?

"Marlene had a tendency to use

her narcissism as the long end

of the wedge."

Give it your best shot.

Ooh. Oh, so good.

Keep going, baby.

Keep going. That's right.

Oh, yeah. That's the g-spot.

Mmm. Mm-hmm!

Oh, you son of a bitch!

You big, beautiful son of a bitch!

Guess who just walked in the door.


You want to say hello?


She's sitting right here,

getting very, very horny just

thinking about you.

Uh-huh. Aren't you, honey?

You still there, baby?


Do it, Hank.

Do it hard. Oh, yeah.

That's the spot.

Oh, right there, baby!

Ooh. Keep going!

Oh, right... right there.

Ooh, you be a stud, and you f*ck

me, baby!

Oh, f*ck me! Oh, yeah!

Oh! Don't stop!

Don't stop!

Oh! Harder!

Harder! Oh...


That's the spot right there, baby.



Don't stop!

Oh, that's the spot!

That's it!

That's it! Right there!

That's how I like it!

- Don't stop!

Oh, yeah!

All right!



Hank? You still there, baby?






I cannot stand it when they do that.

What do you want them to do...

hold you and say they love you?

Well, they could say goodbye,

for Christ's sake.

That's the least they could do.

Post coitum omne animal

triste est.


It means "after sex, men are



You'd think for once, they'd be happy.

Yeah, well, that's why they

always want to roll over and go

to sleep afterwards.

They're deeply depressed.

You were supposed to be here

at midnight, you know.

I know. I'm sorry.

So, there's this guy in my

building, and he's kind of shy

and pudgy and funny-looking,

with hair falling in his eyes.

I bet you he calls places like this.

He's the type.

You know what I mean?

I mean, don't you think about

what they're like, these guys,

when you're talking to them?

No. Never.

I do, especially when I get a

nice-sounding voice on the line...

you know, shy, like this

guy in my building.

I want to tell them to go join a

club or go on Facebook...

Or something!

Or just ask someone!

I mean, maybe someone will say yes!

You never know!

But getting off over the phone

seems... So lonely.


What did men do before

telephones, like in the

19th century?

They patronized whores.

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Peter Lefcourt

Peter Lefcourt (born 1946) is an American television producer, a film and television screenwriter, and a novelist. Lefcourt's early career involved writing teleplays for primetime series such as Cagney and Lacey, Scarecrow and Mrs. King (both of which he also produced), Eight is Enough, and Remington Steele, among others. He penned the scripts for the television movies Monte Carlo, Cracked Up, Danielle Steel's Fine Things, and The Women of Windsor. In more recent years he executive-produced and wrote for Beggars and Choosers and Karen Sisco. Lefcourt was nominated for a 1984 Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series for Cagney and Lacey and won the following year. Much of Lefcourt's fiction has been inspired by his true-life experiences working behind-the-scenes in Hollywood. His first novel, The Deal, was adapted for the screen by William H. Macy and debuted at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. Several others of his books are under option or in various stages of development for feature films. His other novels are The Dreyfus Affair (1992), Di & I (1994), Abbreviating Ernie (1997), The Woody (1998), Eleven Karens (2003), The Manhattan Beach Project (2005), Le Jet Lag (2007), An American Family (2010) and Purgatory Gardens (2015). Lefcourt lives with his wife Terri in Santa Monica, California. In a 2012 interview with Larry Mantle on KPCC's Airtalk, Lefcourt stated he signed with Amazon.com to publish and distribute his most recent book "with some trepidation". He said friends told him he was 'joining the enemy', but his backlist is selling better electronically on Amazon.com than in it did at traditional booksellers while in print. more…

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