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Sex, Politics & Cocktails (2002)

Unable to tie the knot with his prozac captivated girlfriend, Cuban Filmmaker Sebastian Cortez, finds himself 30-years old and never in love. On his quest to finding..."The One!", Sebastian... See full summary »

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Cast

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Julien Hernandez ...
Sebastian Cortez
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Daria
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Michael
Alex Douglas ...
Paulie
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Dante
Dave Emerson ...
Guy
Paul Lekakis ...
Nick, a.k.a. Mr Bang Bang
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Rex
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Jeff
Gina Vetro ...
Veronica
Jonathan Zenz ...
Pascal
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Blaire Edgewood
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Billy
Ron Doyle ...
Mr. Miller
Barry Ashley ...
Old Sebastien
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Unable to tie the knot with his prozac captivated girlfriend, Cuban Filmmaker Sebastian Cortez, finds himself 30-years old and never in love. On his quest to finding..."The One!", Sebastian turns to friend/tour guide Daria who introduces Sebastian to her sandbox of gay co-horts and the adventure of his life! From penis make overs, unlikely 3-ways to learning how to have the best climax, the unsophisticated but sexy Sebastian finds himself navigating through the uncharted waters of Hollywood, sexual politics and getting trapped between Mr. Big Time and...Toilet Man? Is this QUEER EYE FOR THE BI-GUY? Can a girl turn a straight man queer? Or is it just the endless margaritas talking? All these questions answered in this sardonic, hilarious and universal film about the pursuit of finding someone to permanently spoon with. A comedy for audiences of all persuasions regardless who is giving you that orgasm. Written by Anonymous

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If you're still single at 30, you're f%@cked. Sound familiar?

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$6,058 (USA) (20 May 2005)

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$22,770 (USA) (1 July 2005)
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Engaging characters but an empty mess
13 October 2005 | by (Atlanta, United States) – See all my reviews

I really wanted to like this film but it barely eked out a 3. It's surprising that equal amounts of the votes were 10, the other half 1. All the characters were entertaining and even talented but as a whole the film didn't pay off. Sebastian Hernandez is appealing; charismatic and likable (he even physically resembles Marc Anthony in a more approachable yet ultimately conscious sort of way...) but even he couldn't save this mess of a movie. Scenes dragged on far too long and points were ultimately beaten to death. The banana scene fringed on self-absorption, seemingly showing how much movement was in his boxers. But in his defense it was his first movie as director (that I'm aware of) and I appreciate his labor of love. It just left me empty despite what was trying to be said. Ultimately I think the story would have been better handled by a more experienced director. From what I've seen of the 'extras', there is a real story behind this and, perhaps when I finish watching them, I'll appreciate this attempt more.


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