As she pursues a secretive life, Zoe finds herself risking it all when she heads down a perilous path she may not survive. Briefly, it's the story of a young professional woman, Zoe, with a husband, Jason, who would be every woman's - and some men's - wet dream. Yet if this movie had been called *Insatiable*, she would have come across as a harlot rather than a sick individual to be pitied, and would have lost the sympathies of the intended audience of well-meaning 20-40 something women.
He has a perfect, muscled body, a smile that could melt an iceberg, and he even washes the dishes. If she were actually addicted to sex, she would have had sex with anyone, and that is not the case. The second problem is that her poor husband, Jason, evidently detects nothing once Zoe is unfaithful to him - daily.
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All potential conflicts of interest are listed at the end of the workgroup member section.Zoe's particular case is never explored, so it's hard to believe in it or feel for her.Zoe's sexual problems with Jason needed to be made clearer. Jason needs to have been given a character; it's not enough for him just to look great. But for all the sex, we still have to guess at what Zoe wants. Then she hooks up with a messenger on a motorcycle. There is a lot of sex in it, though none of it shocking by modern movie standards. Zoe hooks up with an unsubtle but muscled white painter - who, in my eyes, has no talent - and has with him what looks like pretty much the same sort of sex she had been having with her husband.