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Sexual Positions For Lovers 
(4.3 stars avg from 2 reviews)

Starring: Derek C. Polonsky, Marian E. Dunn
Studio: Adam & Eve

Directed by: Francesco Marini
Release date: 5/9/2001
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Title: Sexual Positions for Lovers: Beyond the Missionary Position Studio: Sinclair Intimacy Institute Year of Production: 1993 Running Time: about 50 minutes + 30-minute extra film This program is hosted by Dr. Derek Polonsky (Harvard Medical School), Dr. Marian Dunn (Downstate Medical School), who did a good job providing some general information without going into too much detail which can be good for some viewers, but not enough for others. There is not much new that they are covering teaching you all the positions from Kama Sutra was not their primary goal, so they licked the top of the iceberg. The program was shot to be presented on videotape, which explains why the video quality of this DVD is so low. The picture is very grainy, bodies of the people showing the positions are glowing as if they were shining angels who just descended from the sky.
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Running Time: 51 min. Production Date: 1993 (cover) Sept. 4 1994 (feature) Director: Francesco Marini Cast: Derek C. Polonsky, M. D., Marian E. Dunn, Ph. D., and many realistic looking people Initial Expectations: The last run of Sinclair Institute DVDs has been pretty good which gives me some hope. Initial Reaction: There arent any magical new positions, but it does a great job of demonstrating how common positions can be changed into new positions for different effects. Who Should Watch It : Anybody looking to spice things up with new positions or who has or is interested in Creative Positions For Lovers . Who Should Avoid It: Anybody who thinks one position is enough. Audio /Video Quality: The audio is very clear and well balanced. The video is good but obviously aged. Its a little better than VHS but not a lot. Music: The music is nicely balanced, romantic, and non-threatening. Menus: As usual, the menus are very basic.
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