Jonathan Teplitzky's Better Than Sex isn't revolutionary filmmaking. It's more froth than substance, copulation as cappuccino. Still, the Australian film has its merits. And it accomplishes a feat surprisingly rare in modern movies. It represents realistically the middle space that exists between the first fiery moment of sexual incandescence and the more modulated environment of the lasting intimate relationship. The Morning After.
It is a romantic comedy of sorts, revolving around two people who have a one-night stand and start to question whether they want more. Josh and Cin meet at a party in Sydney three days before he is due to return to London. Originally planning just to spend the night, Josh decides to stay at her flat until he has to leave for the airport.
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