Synopsis by Nathan Southern
Hungarian director Krisztina Goda's witty and whimsical romantic comedy Just Sex and Nothing Else follows the travails of Dora (Judit Schell), a woman of the theater in her early-mid thirties. Unnerved by the ticking of her own biological clock, Dora is nonetheless somewhat comforted by the kn owledge that she'll soon be in a secure, loving marriage with a new husband - that is, until her shocking discovery that the fiancé is already married to someone else. Confronted by her intended's furious wife, Dora backs out onto a window ledge, and bumps into cocky actor Tamas (Sandor Csanyi) - with whom she strikes up an instant erotic relationship. Dora hears herself reassuring her friends that their affair is only about sex, and that she's using the sex with Tamas to get pregnant - but inside, she isn't so sure. The picture co-stars Antal Czapko and Zoltan Seress; Goda co-authored the original script with Gabor Heller and Reka Divinyi.
actor, biological-clock, chef, composer, impregnation, personal-ad, womanizer