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Pay TV channels were more free to do what they wanted than free-to-air networks.
This sampling below is only a continuation of what came in the two years before, and after: Writer/director Jill Soloway's comedy-drama (her debut feature) provided "the cure for the common marriage" - the film's tagline, regarding the sexual awakening ("afternoon delight") of the female protagonist.
They were now probing their commitment and parenthood over a single afternoon and evening.
The unmarried couple had been living in the countryside of Greece for six-weeks in the summer, at the invitation of Jesse's writer-colleague Patrick (Walter Lassally).
During the evening, Angela was repeatedly receiving gruesome, increasingly-bloody picture-phone communications from several of the other club-members, none of whom showed up at the party!
The killer was eventually revealed to be Angela's neighbor, Mr.
A friend and neighbor of April's, named Angela (Erin R.
The film's screenplay was based on the graphic novel by Julie Maroh - it was an intense portrayal of first love and sexual awakening.
Cable-TV dramatic series continued to reveal more nudity and sex.
Most industry watchers agreed that fornication had never been as widely on display on TV.
To spice up her lackluster sex life, her husband and another couple ventured to a strip club.
There, Rachel paid for a lap dance from 19 year-old stripper Mc Kenna (Juno Temple), a "full-service sex worker." Afterwards, when Mc Kenna needed a place to stay, Rachel impulsively invited her to live at her home in a spare guest room, and work (part-time) as her live-in nanny, while continuing her hooker trade off-site.