A middle-aged married couple draw their butler into a series of power games. But who is playing who?
The lost passion between a couple who works at a hotel gets reignited when another couple who stays at the hotel involves her (a maid) in a threesome and he (a receptionist) witnesses it via CCTV.
A guy makes out, pets heavily with, and almost fucks his sister-in-law while her husband is lounging in the bath when he comes to the couple’s place to install a wall mirror.
A medical intern comes to the home of a drunk client to give him a shot of a drug that will make him recover quickly. The client’s unhappy wife takes an interest in him.
A middle-aged woman struggles with the waning desire of her husband while forced to take care of his developmentally disabled nephew. Teresa and Richard have been married for a long time but when they take in his developmentally disabled nephew, their relationship is put to a test. She struggles to revive her husband’s waning desire and she gradually bonds with the young man and he sees in her a desirable woman.
He is Georgian. She is Lithuanian. They meet in Moscow for two hours – To break up. But the hotel is not the best place for breaking up, when your neighbors are making love.
A sexually unsatisfied wife manipulates and convinces her husband to try swinging which will have consequences.
A son fucks his stepmom when his military father goes away on duty. When his dad returns and makes his stepmom moan loudly during sex, louder than any of the times that he fucked her, he gets jealous.
‘Airport 2012’ chronicles an alienating partner-swapping encounter in a New Jersey motel on Election Day, 2012. Four very different characters interact in darkly comic and unsettling ways – no one ever really connects with anyone else in an activity that had been orchestrated, ironically, expressly for the purpose of connection, or at the very least sexual connection. The day and then the night pass; two couples have ‘fun’; a president is re-elected, and by morning […]
Jodie Baxter is a Captain returned home from Afghanistan after being injured in a rigged booby trap that has left her scarred both physically and on a deep psychological level. She struggles to reconnect with her husband on a sexual and emotional accord and begins to realize the distance between herself and her child as her daughter hides pivotal moments of puberty that a mother should be there to support. In the middle of moving […]