Some people, upon learning that they only have a few months left to live, are overwhelmed with despair. Others turn to religion. Not so Michael (Matt Whelan), the protagonist of The Most Fun You Can Have Dying (2012), who takes the money friends and family have raised for his treatment and runs off to Paris to spend his last days smoking, drinking and screwing as much as he possibly can. But his nihilistic bender is interrupted by Sylvie (Roxane Mesquida), an enigmatic French woman who gives Michael something to live for. And Roxane's sopping wet snookers, snatch and seat meat, which she bares coming out of the bath, are certainly enough to make your manhood spring to life.