Sex and Breakfast

Eliza Dushku stars in Sex and Breakfast, a film you would think is about two of the greatest things ever invented, sex and breakfast, but is actually about something else entirely. Group sex… without the breakfast. Wha?! If you aren’t confused enough, then chew on this. The LA Times dubs this topic “controversial”. Preposterous! Group sex is as natural as breathing or masturbating while you choke yourself out. Whatever though. The important thing is that they asked Eliza Dushku whether or not she was into that stuff.

“It doesn’t even make sense to me,” she says on the phone from her childhood home in Watertown, Mass., where she spent the Thanksgiving holiday. That’s why they call it acting. “Let us live it up for you,” she cracks.

“It wasn’t about the sex so much, than about the feeling, the confusion, the experimentation,” she says. “Those are really honest things that aren’t necessarily explored in the movies I’ve seen. Relationships can be so maddening and just all over the map. Of course, the sex is a major part of it, but it goes so much deeper.”

Wow. This article started out great then slowly deteriorated into utter disappointment. How hard is it to say, “Yea, I’m totally into group sex. Call me. My number is blah blah blah.” If you won’t do it to promote your movie, then at least do it for me because I’m having a real hard time trying to find you in the phone book.

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