Abstinence is the only truly safe sex. It prevents transmission of horrible diseases, and it would have prevented the plot of MAY WINE, a bed-hopping comedy bereft of amusement, that feeds on gender and national stereotypes.
Lorraine (Joanna Cassidy) is a Los Angeles matron who disapproves of her daughter Camille (Lara Flynn Boyle) cavorting about with a slimy new boyfriend. To pry them apart Lorraine drags Camille with her on a trip to Paris. Once they set foot in the romance capital, however, both pragmatic
Lorraine and pouting Camille succumb to the Gallic lure of l'amour fou. Separately, they seek a good supplier of birth-control pills and happen to ...