What is the story about?
Natalia, a college student, is obsessed with creating the mobile app that will catapult her into the limelight. When her initial idea is vetoed, she embarks on the creation of an app that will measure and enhance orgasms in women, with the help of her Catholic friend Paulina and free-spirited dormitory neighbour Monika.
Imagine if Sex and Education, Mastizaade and Masters of Sex had a love child together, that child would not be as repulsive and unfunny as this series. Perhaps it is the tragedy of our times that someone important enough at a streamer thought commissioning this show was a great idea. The screenplay is all over the place tonally. At times, it seems as if the makers want to make a Polish version of Sex Education. At other times, it feels like watching a behind-the-scenes cut of a porn movie. The humour that is supposed to be derived from three inexperienced college-goers try to sell a holistic sexual experience is painful to sit through, because you can't empathize with the leads, no matter how much you try. This is an unmitigated work of trash.
The performances are nothing to write home about.
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You have to applaud the cinematographers for the sheer number of angles they used for shooting scenes.
Nothing as such.
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