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There are five short stories dealing with the roles of women. A star actress goes to a mountain resort and gets jealous of women and lusts for men. A woman is willing to take a man to the hospital. A father and son are looking for a wife. A man is after a woman's honor. A bored housewife tries to convince her husband that he is not as romantic as he used to be.
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