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Young People Fucking (Also known as “YPF”)

February 15, 2013

Cinequest 2008

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Young People Fucking is one of those festival movies that you can’t help but enjoy. It doesn’t matter if it’s slightly flawed, or if one of the featured couples was boring, because overall it is really funny and interesting and just an enjoyable film.

The movie is divided into six chapters:
1. Prelude
2. Foreplay
3. Sex
4. Interlude
5. Orgasm
6. Afterglow

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We are presented with five different couples:
1. The Friends
2. The Exes
3. The Couple
4. The First Date
5. The Roommates

ypfEach of these couples ends up going through all six stages, mostly to hilarious and some unexpected results. Obviously the married couple is going to be boring – they already haven’t had sex in three weeks. Only… it turns out to be one of the most hilarious sections of the movie. I loved the twist at the end of the First Date couple (and seriously, both halves of that couple were pretty easy on the eyes). The Friends section was pretty hilarious throughout and starred Carly Pope. You may know her as Garbo from “Dirt”, but I know her best as Sam MacPherson from“Popular”. She’s grown up to be damn hot, I’ll tell you that.

I didn’t enjoy The Exes that much, but I loved the Roommates which featured the funniest threesome I’ve ever seen.

I took two friends with me and they thought it was HI-larious. One friend marked the movie as “Excellent” on his voter card before the movie even started. He said they deserved it for the name of the movie alone.

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  1. florian permalink

    I can also recommend The Little Death and Sex After Kids

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