Sex is Zero


Release Date: November 23, 2009


Price: $19.95

Synopsis

Sex Is Zero is to South Korea what Porky’s, American Pie, and Fast Times at Ridgemont High are to the United States. The Korean film has all the classic elements of a sex comedy: gratuitous breast shots, unusual use of bodily fluids, and a plot that’s secondary to the physical comedic skills of the actors. Eun-Sik (Chang Jung Lim) is a 28-year-old sad sack of a college student. Though he’s served in the military and is a skilled martial artist, he’s insecure and socially inept. He accidentally wolfs down a sandwich made from rat poison and fried, um, sticky fluids (courtesy of his bizarre roommates). He ingests a drugged beverage intended to make women frisky. And when part of his dinner lands on a pin-up poster, what’s a guy to do but lick it off? The highest-grossing comedy in South Korea, Sex Is Zero is slowed down with some drama that doesn’t ring true. When the girl of his dreams suffers from a complicated abortion (after an affair with the selfish campus playboy), Eun-Sik matures into a caregiver–a role that is out of context for him in this movie. –Jae-Ha Kim

Special Features:

• Completely Re-Mastered Video & Audio with over 100 minutes of Bonus Materials
• Behind-The-Scenes Featurette
• EnglishAudio Commentary with Mike McPadden & Mr. Skin of The Howard Stern Show
• Spanish Audio Commentary with Jesus “Pelos” Olvera of Al Borde
• I Lost It In The Locker Room – an exclusive booklet by Mike McPadden, detailing the history of the Teen Sex Comedy
• Optional English and Spanish Subtitles
• Deleted Scenes & Outtakes
• Poster Art and Still Galleries
• Theatrical Trailers
• Separate Bilingual Menus in English & Spanish
• Foil Embossed Package Comes with a Free Sticker


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