"A man meets a woman in a bar, the two go back to her flat and begin watching porno films. The man passes out and wakes to find himself strapped to a dentist chair. The woman, along with her accomplice, begin to torture the man, eventually killing him. That's it...the whole story line to director/producer and writer Ray Brady's controversial low budget thriller. The point of a film like Boy Meets Girl is not to tell a story but to address a subject - that of violence and the portrayal of violence. What, in effect, becomes a movie monologue for writers Brady and Jim Crosby is broken down into many short vignettes, each with its own introductory title card; beginning with "New Experiences", through "I Lied" and "Blind Date" then onto "People in Real Life Don't Walk Around With Bullet Holes in Them". Each has its own message, each adding weight to the argument as a whole. The argument is a complex one and one which is directed at you as a viewer."