Sex and the City, a film of 2008 is based on the comedy series on HBO of the same name. The novel that is also named also Sex and the City is by Candace Bushnell. The movie, novel and series are based on Carrie Bradshaw the character who is played by Sarah Jessica Parker. Her friends Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda are also involved in the series. The struggles they deal with on a daily basis living in NYC as single women and their views on romance and sexuality are the basis for the movie.
In the movie, Carrie will travel through the streets in New York City thinking about everything that has transpired through out her day. During this time period, she will think about how her friends are where they are today. Charlotte will be happy living with Harry who she married while having difficulties conceiving. They have adopted a little girl who they name Lily. Miranda has decided to finally settle down with Steve in Brooklyn while raising their son Brady. Samantha has relocated the business in order to be with her man in Los Angeles. She will take every chance she gets in order to fly back to NYC to be with Miranda, Charlotte and Carrie.
In the movie, Carrie finds herself in a relationship with Big who is looking into apartments for them to share. Carrie will fall for a penthouse that is out of their price range while Big decides that they must have it and agrees to pay. Carrie will offer to sell the apartment she is currently living in but first must voice her concern to what should happen if they separate. She feels that she would have no legal claim to the new apartment and might find herself out on the street. In order to put her worries to rest, Big then suggests that they marry. This is when Carrie tells her friends that she and him will be wed. Charlotte will then hire a wedding planner.
The plot of the movie is to show how each of the girls has their own difficulties within their own relationships and how Carrie should be no different. It is to teach Carrie that she should not focus so much on the fact that she has worries and concerns about her pending marriage but to go into the marriage expecting the best out of it. If you love drama and romance, Sex and the City is right up your alley.
It's surprisingly erotic.
Pardon the pun, but let Cynthia Nixon set something absolutely straight: she may not view bisexuality as a conscious choice, but her choosing a homosexual relationship over a heterosexual one absolutely was. The co-star of HBO's iconic "Sex And The City" ensemble cast and its following two movies brought the heat of gay activists upon herself when she recently told the New York Times "I understand that for many people [homosexuality is not a choice], but for me it's a choice, and you don't get to define my gayness for me.