Understated, complex filmmaking
Heather Lund | U.S.A. | 02/21/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
""A WOMAN, HER MEN, AND HER FUTON" is one of the most accomplished films one can find about sexual politics. Although it suffers occasionally from actress Jennifer Rubin's comatose performance, the film honestly and intelligently depicts characters we know. Its style and content are reminiscent of the French film maker Eric Rohmer's, with the same kind of deceptive simplicity and a similar emphasis on the ambiguity of psycho-sexual interaction. Director Sibay is highly skilled when it comes to actors and as a writer his dialogue is often compelling. If the subject matter is your cup of tea I highly recommend it."
Raniel Almaria | Roselle, IL | 12/26/2001
(1 out of 5 stars)
"A WOMAN, HER MEN, & HER FUTON is about a very attractive woman being involved in some really empty relationships that she uses her experiences in her screenplay. Then she gets involved with an aspiring filmaker & now she doesn't know how she feels for him.In my opinion, this movie was very boring. The characters are very shallow & empty. The lead actress (Jennifer Rubin) acts as if she is very bored in the movie. The sex scenes were not steamy enough to even tittilate, not even in the slightest degree. The movie was slow-paced. I kept hoping that the movie would end already. If one wants to cure insomnia, then I would recommend this movie."