Sexual Drive is an unconventional triptych - equal parts thriller, sex comedy, and gastronomy - following the seemingly unconnected lives of three people around Japan and their appetites, both culinary and carnal.
For several centuries and until the fall of the Soviet Union, shtetls were inhabited by tight-knit Yiddish-speaking communities. In these remote towns, the traditional Jewish life continued for decades after it disappeared everywhere else.
Lóri, a free-spirited teacher living on the beach in Rio de Janeiro, leads a sexually independent life, filled with eroticism and devoid of commitment. But after meeting a headstrong yet sympathetic philosophy professor, Lóri is inspired to break away from her emotional barriers.