A sublimely silly movie undone by its lack of confidence in its smutty convictions. The sell is a journey to the center of the yoni, but wouldn't you just know it winds up being about the sad legacy of childhood sexual abuse? Affluent young married
couple Marie and Joseph (Sheryl Lee and Craig Sheffer) take their sexual troubles to a marriage counselor (Spalding Gray), but Marie is also sneaking out to see controversial therapist Baltazar Vincenza (Terence Stamp) for some unorthodox sexual healing. Shocked and dismayed, Joseph undertakes his
own sensual journey under Baltazar's guidance, and between portentous lectures about chakras and preservation of the life for...