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The Year-Old Virgin is a comedy film starring Steve Carell in the title role, and the first film to put director Judd Apatow on the map after television stints with Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared.
It is the story of Andy Stitzer Carella year-old man who, due to a series of unfortunate mishaps all throughout his youth, never experienced sexual intercourse during his formative years and has lost interest in his adulthood. One night, while playing cards with his friends from the electronics store where they all work, Andy inadvertently reveals that he's a virgin; this initially in the expected chummy jeers, but shortly thereafter his friends Cal Seth RogenJay Romany Malcoand David Paul Rudd decide to help him lose his virginity. Eventually, Andy meets a nice woman named Trish Catherine Keener with whom he shares a genuine emotional connection, and though he's nervous about telling her the truth about his virginity and the subject of sex in general, he must learn to overcome his insecurities to discover both sex and romance.
Since we all know that no true man is a virgin and that Loners Are Freaksthis movie surprised many by portraying the title character, a virginal and nerdy he collects action figures and comics introvert, not as some kind of loser or freak but as a likeable fellow who's simply chosen not to have sex after a short series of rejections in his youth.
Since it dresses in the skin of a Sex Comedyit's also refreshing to see the subject of sex summed up as "a nice thing to have, but meaningless without love," as seen in Andy's well-meaning but dim-witted friends, who all lead active sex lives but are probably less happy than Andy because their romantic relationships are unfulfilling. Community Showcase More.
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