“Brilliant!” Eduardo knows this film is genius. Clearly, a film for the contemporary. A film that falls under Henry’s flag of ‘Relevantism’, the self-titled successor to Post-Modernism. “Things are catching up,” and for the first time, that Eduardo has seen, mainstream shifts, before his eyes & ears. There it is. Just as we and he look and have looked into the doorway waiting for the arrival of relevancy and waited & waited it has appeared. It is here. This film is proof. It is proof of all the things. It is relevance perfect contemporary sex education & STD prevention film. It is all right there, it follows but how many see it for what it is? Does it even matter if it’s seen for that? The subliminal message is strong enough. And the soundtrack is brilliant too. Brilliance and Relevance are this film’s winning combination. I give it 9.5/10. It has been docked .5 for the lack of “ABSTINENCE,” message at close.