After the death of her father, 20 year old Cecile (Deborah Revy) looks for support from her friends but it's only through random sexual encounters that she finds solace. Alice (Helene Zimmer), who lives under the thumb of her repressive parents, dreams of the 'perfect love story' but her 'secret' boyfriend Matt (Gowan Didi) can't commit to anything substantial. Given striking immediacy by the graphic depiction of real sex, it is these stories of love and desire that form the emotional and sensual epicentre of Q.
This is difficult to categorise except as a bit of porn masquerading as a film with a plot. The summary given under 'General Info' lends serious intent to the story but the idea that love has anything to do with anything going on in this badly written shabby tale is ludicrous. The director just wanted to film blow jobs and similar stuff and justify it with a little serious publicity blurb. The whole thing is pretentious nonsense.