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It stars Famke Janssen and Jon Favreau. When her rather explicit copy on oral sex is rejected, magazine journalist Kate Welles Famke Janssen is told by her editor, Monique Ann Magnuson , to write an article on loving relationships instead—and to do so by the end of the day or face being fired. This gets Kate thinking back over her own various misadventures searching for love over the years, and wondering if she is in much of a position to write on the subject. Kate's first relationship, a playground romance in grade school with a boy named Bobby, ends when Kate's friend spills the details of their relationship to the entire school, humiliating Bobby. Kate goes on to lose her virginity to her ineloquent high school French teacher, Mr. Boussard, whom she accidentally insinuates has a small penis. Kate's next relationship, in college while attending UCLA , is with another older man, a music video director named Eric Noah Emmerich.
Yet it appears that erotica is now dying out in mainstream cinema. Lost between those two options is the classic sex scene. But why? According to academics and close observers of Hollywood culture, the reasons are multifarious, and suggest that the movie business is going through a profound realignment of priorities backed by broad cultural, political and legislative changes. According to Stephen Galloway, a columnist at the Hollywood Reporter , the changes are primarily economic: Hollywood is simply no longer in the business of making mid-budget character dramas that might or might not include physical bonding.