A French philosophical sex film more reminiscent of "mom and dad" exploitation films than the likes of EMMANUELLE; there's a lot of gynecologically explicit sex in the service of examining the problems men and women have relating to one another, then
the whole thing is capped off by some libido-shriveling birth-of-a-baby footage. Demure-looking schoolteacher Marie (Caroline Dulcey) is having a relationship crisis. Her boyfriend Paul (Sagamore Stevenin), a model, no longer wants to sleep with her but insists he doesn't want to break up. She
feels rejected and he feels put upon; when they try to talk she gets tearful and hostile, while he retreats into tortured homil...