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Group Marriage (1972)

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One of the great aspects of the socially revolutionary 1960s is that much of the crackpot ideology of the era bled over into the cinema of the next decade, such as Group Marriage (1972). Perhaps due to a drug-fueled optimism, a large portion of Southern California's creative community toyed with the idea that more than two people could combine their erotic essences, incomes, and household responsibilities to create a super union, a sort of connubial combination that would provide a utopian male-relationship dynamic in which the boring chores--such as taking out the trash--would be reduced to one third through sharing with two other husbands, while sexual opportunities would be tripled due to the proximity of two extra, willing wives. Everything might start off great, but don't forget: California is a community-property state.