Virtual Sexuality (1999) - Rotten Tomatoes

Virtual Sexuality (1999)





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Virtual Sexuality is a satire of the computer age and post-modern love. Justine is 17-years-old and still a virgin. She is looking for her ideal man with whom to have her first sexual experience. While visiting a virtual reality exhibition, she plays with the 'Narcissus' machine, which enables the players to recreate themselves. She creates a perfect self and then a perfect man. There is a sudden explosion. As the dust settles we meet Jake, who is Justine in a male body. Unaware of Jake's existence and still on the hunt for her ideal man, Justine meets him and falls in love immediately, not knowing that he is her. As soon as she finds out about his true identity, he is kidnapped. She comes to realize that her feelings for Jake are not all that they should be.


Laura Fraser
as Justine
Ruth Sheen
as Jackie
William Osborne
as Sex Shop Assistant
Philip Bird
as Justine's Dad
Stewart Harwood
as Labourer No. 2
Nicholas Pry
as Labourer No. 1
Alison Garland
as Scary Nurse
Trish Bertram
as Reporter
Joseph Kpobie
as Knobhead
Keeley Gainey
as Receptionist
Melinda Messenger
as Superbra Girl
Preeya Kalidas
as Charlotte
Amanda Holden
as Shoe Shop Assistant
Caroline Chikezie
as Gushy Assistant
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Critic Reviews for Virtual Sexuality

All Critics (4)

Apparently the British can make teen comedies as idiotic as those from the States.

January 2, 2004 | Rating: 1.5/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Virtual Sexuality


Really good British comedy which this plays like a female version of Weird Science by creating the perfect man in a virtual-reality booth.

Dean McKenna
Dean McKenna

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