Cinema Sex Ed Lively, entertaining, and occasionally educational discussions of the cinematic and sexual elements in various films throughout the years.

Lesson 7:  Body Heat

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In this episode, Miss Marcie and Miss Jenni languidly glide through the sweaty world of Lawrence Kasdan’s 1981 film “Body Heat” starring Kathleen Turner and William Hurt.  

“BODY HEAT":  A story about a couple who’s comfortable together, just hanging out naked, smoking’, and talkin’ 'bout murdering someone...

Along they way your hosts beef up their discussion of Film Noir and Toxic love by including some outside professional voices from a few of their favorite dudes - a screenwriter, a film editor, and a lawyer. 

Bottom Line?… "Cinema Sex Ed: Pro-Sex, Anti-Murder”

ps: ...this isn't your mother's podcast!


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