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Men

Year: 1998
Director: Zoe Clarke-Williams
Cast: Sean Young

A hip young film school graduate obviously roped Young (who would be a bit desperate for roles these days and fits uneasily into the part of such a young woman considering she's pushing forty) into this indie effort designed to make them all stars (again, where appropriate).

The intended plot is summed up in the tagline 'A comedy about a woman who treats men like men treat women', although the movie is as interesting as watching paint dry. The story is the most convoluted mess about a girl who wants to embark on a journey of discovery by shagging lots of men, but by the time I turned it off about half way through nothing of consequence had happened.

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