...a carnivalesque romp in which men and women engage in sex in a multitude of creative combinations. An ode to the joy and sweet release of sex, the film manages to be a sincere, modest political venture that finds humor where you might least expect it, notably in a ménage à trois featuring a cheeky rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner.”
Even conservative Roger and Ebert gave it Two-Thumbs, and a boner, up!
I saw this movie last night and I must say there are way more sex scenes than you would think. While you cover your mouth and think "Holy Moly!" You're drawn into the story and say, "Yeah, me too..."