Three middle-aged friends are vacationing in a quiet resort town one summer, where they spend most of there time at the lake. One day a magician, Ernie the Conjurer, shows up with his beautiful assistant and invites them all to his performance in the town. What ensues is a carnal comedy where one by one, each of the three men become infatuated with the young woman, with comedic results. It's a film that's very dialogue heavy as has some rather entertaining dialogue between the philosophizing men that particularly becomes more fun after the arrival of the beautiful young woman. I'm not sure if the film has a deeper meaning than the obvious one, but it essentially shows how the carnal desires of men cause them to essentially lose control of themselves. Before the woman arrives, the men are shown in quite a sophisticated light, as they spend most of there time swimming and philosophizing. Yet, after her arrival, they are incredibly eccentric and bicker-one by one suffering mental and physical pain at the hands of the young woman. It's a pretty fun little film but it's more amusing than funny.
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