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There is nothing new about the topic of the movie. The lust after a person you have just discovered works like a drug on you, but then, as time passes, things calm down, and your sexual desires will definitely change, even if they do not go away completely. Fanni (played by Csilla Radnay) sets up a graph based on the frequency, and intensity of their sexual interactions with his boyfriend, Bálint (Lehel Kovács), and after five years of the relationship the negative trend is quite obvious. So what can you do about it? The answers given by the creators of the movie are quite standard ones, no great surprises there.
But the movie, especially the first hour of it, has some strengths that make it worth watching. Most of the opening scenes are quite funny, and they are not overdone. The dialogue is realistic, the lines are OK, and again, some of them are really funny, too. The protagonists (especially Lehel Kovács), and most of the supporting characters are good. Unfortunately, Bori Péterfy does not have any strong lines, but all the Bori fans are compensated with some kinky eye candy. The second half of the movie slows down unfortunately; some of the scenes seem unnecessary towards the end, and you get the feeling that the film could have been shorter by around 10 minutes or so.
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