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Love Letters: A Romantic Trilogy (2001)

R | | Drama, Romance
A writer, working on her new book, looks inside and to her friends for exciting stories about their personal and sexual lives. What she discovers is more erotic and emotional than she ... See full summary »

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Cindy
Brian Frank ...
Gary
Norma Jean Jones ...
Suzanne
Albert Caverlin ...
Joseph
Meeka Schiro ...
Michelle (as Meeka Majic)
Deanna Dezmari ...
Estelle (as Deanna Dizadji)
Matt Hummel ...
Stephen
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A writer, working on her new book, looks inside and to her friends for exciting stories about their personal and sexual lives. What she discovers is more erotic and emotional than she imagined. Written by <devinscott@mail.com>

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Better than most
30 July 2003 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews



I saw this first on TV one night on a channel that shows soft-core flicks once a week. Usually they are quite silly and not erotic, but this one was.

"Cindy Williams (KATHY SHOWER) is a romance writer who shares tales of true-to-life sexual and romantic encounters with her friends Gary and Suzanne. They each share a story about an erotic encounter in this exciting trio of erotic vignettes."

maybe cause it had an actual stories as opposed to random scenes is why it's better than most. First story is about a screenwriter with writer's block, second is about a female free-lance writer who falls for another woman(really good vignette) and the third is about a stranger who shows up at a woman's(Kathy Shower) birthday party. Kathy is great as usual.

If you see it on TV check it out, better than most of these movies you'll catch late at night.


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