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      2009 1 hr. 23 min. Romance Comedy List
      Reviews 60% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score A sexual dysfunction affects a needy man's (Cam Cronin) new relationship with an attractive woman (Laara Sadiq). Read More Read Less

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      Audience Member This was a rather funny film with a rather interesting subject. And some of the characters in this film, like their mother, played by Gabrielle Rose, would make you laugh and wonder because of her forwardness. It is like she has no boundaries and although she is their mother and her sons are all grown up, she can still treat them like kids and want to protect them. :) Basically the movie is about Kevin and his single lifestyle and also how his mother would like to see him with a girl and hopefully one day, have kids so she can have grandkids. But Kevin has a problem in that well, he ejaculates too soon from being very sensitive, when engaging in any kind of sexual activity. Although he was married at one time, because of his problem, he got divorced and afterwards, spent time working on his business which is a golf course and driving range. His brother sets him up with a friend of his girlfriend, and that's how he meets Hayaam, who she herself has been single for some time. Although too, Kevin is a bit quirky but he is a nice enough guy. After a few dates, Hayaam puts the moves on Kevin and starts to get romantic with him, of which his problem arises. He is somewhat embarrassed by it and kinda gives her the cold shoulder after that. But through this shame that he feels, he at least talks to his brother about it who suggests he visit his brother's doctor about it, who then in turn sends him to a specialist. And when he visits the specialist, he then finds out what his problem is and that it is physiological and not psychological, which is promising to him. After all of this, Kevin and Hayaam are not finished yet and seeing how they interact and all is kinda fun. :) Let the frustrations begin. And besides the people in the film, as it is filmed in Vancouver, BC, we get to see the geography in the film too, which is nice. Overall though, I liked the movie and thought the subject matter kinda funny, but there is a seriousness to it as there are people that do likely suffer from this and at least this movie tells them that there can be hope. So if you get to see this film, I hope you can enjoy it too. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 02/27/23 Full Review Audience Member very realistic with great cinematography. the plot wasn't too intriguing, and it wasn't as funny as i thought it would be (there was no humor involved at all). Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 01/13/23 Full Review Audience Member A really fun watch with great performances and a great story--and set in Vancouver! Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 02/01/23 Full Review Audience Member Probably one of Bruce Sweeney's strongest films to date, and quite the entertaining and enjoyable film. It has some good laughs in it and some good performances in it too, especially from Gabrielle Rose who played the overbearing mother which you couldn't help but laugh at. Overall, a solid film which deals with a taboo subject in a funny and open manner. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/18/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Jason Gorber Filmfest Canadian crap, an absolute embarrassment to our country's cinema. Awful, terrible performances, sloppy direction, and yet another example of just how terrible a film of this ilk can be. Rated: F Sep 2, 2010 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Synopsis A sexual dysfunction affects a needy man's (Cam Cronin) new relationship with an attractive woman (Laara Sadiq).
      Bruce Sweeney
      Bruce Sweeney
      Romance, Comedy
      Original Language