|Directed by||Julie Davis|
|Produced by||Julie Davis
|Written by||Julie Davis|
|Music by||Miriam Cutler|
|Edited by||Julie Davis, Glenn Garland|
|Distributed by||Magic Lamp|
|Running time||85 minutes|
Amy's Orgasm (title censored to Amy's O in many video shops) is a 2001 film directed by Julie Davis. It stars Julie Davis as Amy, a 29 year old Jewish woman who is usually celibate from men as she does not believe in love. One day she starts dating the most unlikely man for her, Matthew Starr, a radio shock jock known for his sexist on-air shenanigans. But is Matthew really a ladies'man or is his radio persona all for show? Amy has to take a risk and open her heart if she's going to give love a chance.
Amy is a single 29 year old Jewish woman. She wrote a successful self-help book about how women can't truly be in love and experience "mental orgasm". Her parents and acquaintances always try to give her advice. Eventually, she breaks her celibacy and starts dating radio shock jock Matthew Starr, who is known for hitting on his bimbo guests. Of all men, will she find in him the true love she never believed in or will he prove her worst fears true?
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