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Relax… It's Just Sex!

Relax… It's Just Sex! ★★½ 1998 (R)

Love and sex in the '90s surround gay looking-for-love writer Vincey (Anderson). His self-made extended family include best gal pal Tara (Tilly) and her boyfriend Gus (Perez), whose HIV-positive brother Javi (Garcia) has just attracted the attention of Buzz (Carson), the man Vincey had his eye on. Then there's troubled lesbian couple Megan (Scott Thomas), who has a fling with a guy (Wirth), and girlfriend Sarina (Williams), who's drawn into the arms of Robin (Petty). But romantic complications take a back seat when Javi and Vincey are subjected to a fag bashing in which Vincey violently turns the tables on one of his attackers. 110m/C VHS, DVD . Mitchell Anderson, Jennifer Tilly, Cynda Williams, Serena Scott Thomas, Lori Petty, Eddie Garcia, Terrence “T.C.” Carson, Timothy Paul Perez, Billy Wirth, Susan Tyrrell, Chris Cleveland, Gibbs Toldsdorf, Seymour Cassel, Paul Winfield; D: P.J. Castellaneta; W: P.J. Castellaneta; C: Lon Magdich; M: Lori Eschler Frystak.

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