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26 October 2006


Already playing in New York, opening tomorrow in Chicago and next week in L.A., Zerophilia is a movie I think I might put on my To-B-Seen list.
"Androgyny rules in “Zerophilia,” Martin Curland’s audacious feature about a fictional chromosomal abnormality that wreaks havoc with one’s genitals. When the virginal Luke (Taylor Handley) is energetically deflowered by a mysterious Englishwoman he encounters while camping, the incident triggers a dormant condition known as zerophilia, which causes sufferers — if that’s the word — to spontaneously change their sex. Thereafter, every orgasm comes with a price, and it’s not one you can charge to your credit card."
The rest of the NY Times review of the movie is here.

  • On 10/29/2006 2:45 PM, Blogger Paul Decelles said…

    Of course this is merely an example of art imitating biology since serial hermaphrodites are known from various fish and other creatures. See for example:

    Brain, Behavior and Evolution 2001;57:293-300 (DOI: 10.1159/000047247)


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