Sex After Kids
|Sex After Kids|
|Directed by||Jeremy Lalonde|
|Written by||Jeremy Lalonde|
|Music by||Thomas Kratz|
|Edited by||John Nicholls|
|Distributed by||Indiecan Entertainment|
Sex After Kids is a 2013 Canadian comedy film written and directed by Jeremy Lalonde. The film features an ensemble cast, and depicts various ways in which adults struggle to reconcile their sex lives with the demands of parenthood.
The film features an ensemble cast of characters, including Lou (Zoie Palmer), a single mother being encouraged by her brother Peyton (Paul Amos) to pursue casual sex; Larissa (Mary Krohnert) and Jody (Kate Hewlett), a lesbian couple whose relationship is being tested by frequent disagreements; Horton (Jay Brazeau) and Dolores (Mimi Kuzyk), middle-aged empty nesters trying to rekindle their sex lives after their adult daughter Markee (Katie Boland) moves out on her own; Gage (Kris Holden-Ried), a single father looking unsuccessfully for a perfect match; Vanessa (Amanda Brugel) and Sean (Peter Keleghan), a couple troubled by the fact that Sean now sees Vanessa as a mother rather than a sexual being; and Jules (Shannon Beckner) and Ben (Ennis Esmer), a couple struggling to revive their sex life after a year pause caused by having a baby. Gordon Pinsent appears as a sex therapist.
Background and release
The film premiered on January 26, 2013 at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, and was screened at numerous Canadian film festivals, including the Calgary International Film Festival, the Edmonton International Film Festival and the Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival.
- "Calgary International Film Festival: Sex After Kids a raunchy ensemble comedy". Calgary Herald, September 25, 2013.
- "How Jeremy LaLonde got Gordon Pinsent to be his sex therapist". Playback, January 10, 2013.
- "Sex After Kids". Indiegogo. Retrieved 2016-12-05.
- "Four Canuck films anchor Sudbury's Cinefest". Sudbury Star, July 31, 2013.
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