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The Sex Sense

Four couples on the brink of extinction fighting for their survival.
Natalia and Andres celebrate their 10th anniversary. When Andres gives his wife what he considers is an amazing gift: The perfect night with a perfect man, he opens a door to a difficult road with no way back.
Silvia and Diego have been dating for 20 months. At this point they face the dilemma: move in together or split and perpetuate their teenage patterns.
Marcelo and Alejandro are together basically because they don’t know how to be alone. Sex and drugs with pretty much anyone that crosses their path is their motto. As fun and cool as it sounds, it comes at a very high price.
Gracia and Asdrubal have been divorced for 15 years. They keep their bond fired by hate. A force more powerful than love which will keep them linked till death do them part.

  • Luis Fernandez
  • Luis Fernandez
  • Luis Fernandez
  • Mimi Lazo
  • Alejandro Tous
    Key Cast
  • Natalia Betancort
    Key Cast
  • Mimi Lazo
    Key Cast
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    El Sexo Sentido
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  • Runtime:
    45 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    March 15, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    150,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Luis Fernandez

Native of Caracas, Venezuela, Luis Fernandez majored in Architecture at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard, 1991 and graduated as an architect at the Simon Bolivar University in Caracas, Venezuela. His thesis project, “The Boston Studio”, was published in 1991.
Mr. Fernandez has been recognized in many artistic fields for his groundbreaking work.
An internationally awarded actor, Mr. Fernandez can be seen as part of the cast of the American network CW’s Dynasty. His work has been acclaimed in several international film festivals in more than two decades. Just in 2017 he received the “Best Actor” awards at the Milan International Film Festival, the Fine Arts Film Festival in Dominican Republic and at the Yale University Film Festival for his remarkable work in the film “Tamara”, official Venezuelan entry for the Golden Globes in the Foreign Language Film category.
A renowned stage and screen writer and director, Mr. Fernandez is known as one of the most successful in Latin American. His work has been praised and showcased in the most prestigious international theater festivals of the world, such as the Ibero-American International Theater Festival of Bogota, the biggest in the world. His work has been selected as the top ten stage proposals among over 200 of 45 different countries in several editions.
He created the project Broadway En Español, an international and multi-disciplinary production company in charge of creating Broadway shows in Spanish, most recently directed to the Hispanic community in the US.
A Best-selling author, Mr. Fernandez has published 5 books, including the successful series of essays “The Sex Sense”, which remained several years in the best-selling lists in Latin America.
As a production designer his work for the stage and screen has been celebrated internationally. Recently his production design of the Broadway play HIGH was featured at one of the year’s best at the prestigious Prague’s Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space.
As a creative mind, Mr. Fernandez continues to promote new artistic work in the US celebrating diversity and inclusion through his projects. He also encourages international exchange of ideas and artistic evolution touring his films, plays and books in the US and internationally.

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Director Statement

After years of provoking uncomfortable, revealing, controversial public conversations around our particular, and somewhat secret ways of pursuing love, happiness and who we really are, this series explores how far we are willing to go in our own private beds to accomplish those abstract goals, usually defined by everything and everyone but ourselves.