Virtual Sexuality

A drop-dead gorgeous 17-year old girl is desperate to lose her virginity, but can't find Mr Right to do the deed with. At a computer show, she steps inside a virtual reality makeover booth, and uses the opportunity to build a virtual Dream Lover, to her specifications. Then there is an explosion, and the machine succeeds in making a real man, with her brain. And so the fun begins.

92 minutes.
No persons under 16 (Nudity, Language) .
Comedy, Romance
As you can see, I do have my feminine side!
As you can see, I do have my feminine side!


Laura Fraser, Rupert Penry-Jones, Luke De Lacey, Kieran O'Brian, Marcelle Duprey
Nick Hurran
ScreenplayChloe Rayban, Nick Fisher
Music Rupert Gregson-Williamson
CinematographyBrian Tuffano
Sound formatsDolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, DTS
Made in1999
Produced byThe Noel Gay Motion Picture Company


Scale (Max)20

What the Critics say

Movies for Africa
Ian Douglas
Cape Argus
Yazeed Kamaldien
The Star
Joanna Walus
Die Burger
Riana Visser
TV3 Screenplay
Barry Ronge
Film Review
Marianne Gray

What the People say

29 Netizens

Average .. 56%


Visitor Ratings

Scale (Max)20
Janet van der 12
Andrew Simpson 18
Kate Tyler 20
Natte Nsougan 12

Average .. 78%


Visitor Comments

Ian Douglas: Wish there were more movies like this one. The scriptwriters tackle some really juice issues around sexuality and the people we choose to fall in love with. They also explores the current fascination with virginity in a much better way than American Pie. Sure, there are implausibilities in the plot, but the rest is so good that we can forgive those. Note that the film is Virtual Sexuality, not Virtual Sex. It's comedy and philosophy, not porn.

Andrew Simpson: Brilliant movie.

Kate Tyler: Amazing movie, one of my favourtites.. Almost made me cry..

Natte Nsougan: I liked it.

Xax International logo
 Xax International
 All rights reserved.