A group of bohemian intellectuals struggles to have an intelligent conversation about one of the world's most emotional and controversial subjects: sex. Edgar (Dermot Mulroney, "My Best Friend's Wedding") believes that sex is a subject of vital importance, but almost no one discusses it with the significance it deserves. He gathers together a panel of his colleagues at the home of a wealthy tycoon (Nick Nolte, "Cape Fear") and his weirdly intense spouse (Tuesday Weld, "Once Upon a Time in America") for a night in which they will discuss their erotic lives without self-serving wit or exaggeration. Joining Edgar is a German artist, (Til Schweiger, "Inglorious Basterds"), an arrogant film director (Jeremy Davies, "Saving Private Ryan"), a self-obsessed painter (Alan Cumming, "The Good Wife") and a student from England (Terrence Dashon Howard, "Empire") who has caught the eye of a lovely French girl (Julie Delpy, "Before Sunset") with whom Edgar has fallen in love. This one-of-a-kind comedy drama features a stellar ensemble cast which drives the story to the edge of civilized raunchiness.