Dora is a dramatist who has lost all confidence in men after a sad succession of disastrous relationships. She decides to have a child on her own but all she needs now is a suitable donor. Her best friend is an actress who, despite having plenty of men problems, suggests she should put an ad in the paper.
The plan’s a very simple one: Dora chooses the best man for the job, spends a night with him, gets the job done and then life goes on. Unfortunately, the candidates leave her even more disillusioned and so she is forced to look for another solution to her pressing pregnancy problem.
A handsome actor joins the company from the provinces to appear in Dora’s latest stage adaptation. He’s pretty hostile at first but their relationship soon starts to take a more romantic turn.
Is Dora going to stick to her original plan or go with her emotions and give men one more chance?
– Special Jury Golden Remi 2007 at WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival for Just Sex and Nothing Else
– Best Actress 2006 Monte Carlo Film Festival for Just Sex and Nothing Else
– Best Screenplay Award 2006 at the Hungarian Film Week for Just Sex and Nothing Else