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Release Date: 14-OCT-2008
Media Type: DVD
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the movie followed 5 couples through one sexual experience. the couples were named according to status 'the couple', 'the friends', etc. and the movie was cut up into the stages a couple goes through when they have sex. in each part we'd get to see how the stereotypical type of couple would react to each other in that stage of the process. all of the couples go about it differently and they have problems... it's very 'real'. i was kind of surprised watching it because in a lot of movies the sex scene is always smooth and.. well, sexy, but in this movie the couples talked to each other a lot throughout the whole movie. there was a lot of doubt on both sides and for every situation there was at least one point where you thought it wasn't going to happen. they made mistakes, or it was weird and they had to fix it. basically it was a movie about the social aspect of sex. it wasn't as contrived as the big hollywood, action movie, sex scene. it was a story about how different people who love each other in different ways wanted to get together, and how they did. but as i say, there wasn't any more nudity in it than you'd find in a contemporary teen comedy, and it has a substantial story line that's actually trying to say something about the romantic life of sex.
it was funny and it was romantic. i'd definitely recommend it to anyone age appropriate.Read more ›
Anyway, like "En La Cama", the result here is sexy, occasionally serious, and worth a look. "Y.P.F." probably does a better job than the earlier film, however, in touching on common issues that couples might want to talk about further once the film is over.
Recommended for those with an occasional taste for edgy fringe cinema with an erotic bent.
Writers Aaron Abrams and Martin Gero (who also directs) deliver a witty, fast-paced story that flows smoothly and believably. Much of it is very, very funny, yet each of the various segments wrap up in a touching, poignant manner. I especially liked Abrams himself and a stunning Carly Pope playing the two buds who decide--because their own love lives are going nowhere--to throw caution to the wind and have casual sex; the chemistry and comedic timing between the two--as they realize their feelings for each other are anything but casual--are excellent. There is no graphic sex, all scenes are tastefully and discreetly done so that the viewer fully understands what's going on, so don't be afraid YPF is too high voltage to watch. It's about young people, young people. . .you know. . .interacting. And now I'm anxiously awaiting the sequel: OPF.
--D. Mikels, Author, The Reckoning
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This movie is hilarious for the one scene with the long-term couple. I won't ruin the surprise but it is a must just for that scene. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!Published 2 days ago by Eggs&Sam
Somewhat humorous take on dating and sexuality that does not come across as crude. Attractive people in various types of relationships.Published 2 months ago by Gregory E. Martin
People have to watch and be less hypocritical and prudish, sexual fantasies everybody have one, they can not tell to anyone, but inside their minds there is something.Published 12 months ago by Fabio De Deus