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NOTE: Because there seems to be some confusion in the comments, Comstock Films wants to be clear that this film is a non-fiction documentary, not a scripted drama! Matt and Khym are a real life married couple speaking candidly about, and revealing, their romantic and sexual lives together. If you are looking for, or expecting a fictional "couples porn" video, this is may not be the film for you. Thanks! --Peggy Comstock, Producer, Real People, Real Life, Real Sex series
Barely out of their teens when they got together, Matt and Khym spent many years generously taking care of others instead of concentrating on themselves. Now in their thirties, Matt and Khym are taking the time to rediscover the joys of married life and married sex in Matt and Khym: Better Than Ever, the fourth installment in Comstock Films' Real People, Real Life, Real Sex series of documentary portraits of real-life couples.
As soon as we met Matt and Khym, we knew they were going to be perfect for the Real People, Real Life, Real Sex series. There are some special things about relationships that have stood the test of time, and the opportunity to explore that with Matt and Khym felt special, and rare.Like the other entries in the Real People, Real Life, Real Sex series, the first half of the film is an interview with Matt and Khym; how they met, how they fell in love, and what they love about being in love. The second half of the film is a candid love scene, every bit as warm and intimate as the interview. The camera never turns away from the erotic details, but neither does it linger on them fetishistically -- when it's all over, you'll remember the sensuous eye contact as much as the naked bodies. --Tony and Peggy Comstock
"Director Tony Comstock shows what it looks like when two people who are in love have sex. It's beautiful--the antithesis of shapeless, boring porn in which everyone is just going through the motions." -- Oprah Winfrey's O Magazine
Half of the movie involves talking interspersed with clips of their love making.
That seems natural, too, the kinds of activities and positions I've enjoyed rather than bizarre contortions to create some camera angle.
It looked as if someone took a handrecorder and recorded from another dvd playing on tv.
Does not even come close to being a love story. Poor quality and not filmed very well. Would not recommentd.Published 12 months ago by richard elrod
Nice romantic film with meaning. The dialogue is a little slow, but the love making scenes are excellent. I wish there were more like it!Published 21 months ago by Christina Parker
Content was very shallow. Wasn't worth the money spent. I was disappointed. I don't know what I expected but this fell short.Published on December 6, 2012 by Laura Glasgow
I had previously ordered Xana and Dax by Comstock films and though it was pretty good so I decided to get Matt and Khym. Read morePublished on February 27, 2012 by Amazon Customer
The "Real People, Real Sex" label had been used, very successfully about twenty years ago by a different producer. Read morePublished on January 25, 2011 by Carlos el Lobo
"Matt & Khym" is a great entry in the Comstock library of relationship documentaries, in which a couple describe their chemistry, talk about how they met and how their relationship... Read morePublished on December 1, 2010 by Ben Ostrowsky
Too much interviewing and dialogue - just don't care. My wife and i laugh at the interview.Published on September 11, 2010 by jbrooksws
The story of Matt and Khym is fantastic!
Tony and Peggy made a great documentary here showcasing a real relationship and even allowed us a special peek, if you will, in... Read more
(Late to the party, because I didn't realize you could review items you hadn't bought on Amazon... And just ignore those one-review wonders.)
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