Review by Lisa Payne
Just Sex, Nothing Personal is a Ukrainian romantic comedy with a typical three-act setup. Serhii is a sweet, mild-mannered accountant. His girlfriend, Lesia is bored with his simpering adoration. So she dumps Serhii just before they are due to travel to Prague for a holiday.
Whilst in Prague, Serhii meets a stripper, Diana, who dreams of a better life. Each has a service the other can utilize. So, they barter, as always happens in romantic comedies with contrivances to get two people together who would not meet otherwise.
It’s a pleasant enough way to pass an hour and a half. The food segments are hilarious. I would have liked to see more emphasis on the food.
I will never, ever look at chicken the same way again.
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