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Adam & Eve

Rating:R (pervasive strong crude sexual content, and for language)
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:November 4, 2005
Running time:93 minutes
Cast:Jed Bernard, Brianna Brown, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Cameron Douglas, George Dzundza
Director:Jeff Kanew
Producer:Martin E. Caan, Charley Cabrera, Jeff Kanew
Writer:Jeff Kanew
Distributor:TLA Releasing

Description: Adam is a college senior -- and an aspiring singer/songwriter. He meets Eve -- a beautiful, bright, talented (as a sports still photographer) college girl. They begin dating, and he quickly learns that, hard as it is to believe of such a hot girl in today's campus world, Eve is still a virgin. For her it's not about religion, or waiting for wedlock, but about waiting until it feels "right." This begins a relationship that is at once sexy, romantic, sometimes painful, and often hilarious, as Adam, Eve and all their friends wait for Eve to be ready. If you think virginity is not a laughing matter, think again.

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