To my understanding, the only reason "Yellow Submarine" was made, was because The Beatles had a three picture deal and didn't want to honor it, so they agreed to just have their voices recorded in a cartoon; less effort. It's difficult to justify this, since "Hard Day's Night", and "Help" were two of the most important films of their time, and defined an era in history by themselves. If The Beatles had known how important their cinema was going to be in just a few years time, perhaps they would have agreed to star in a third picture to allow the trilogy to be remembered as such.
A comedic musical short inspired by an obscure Beatles novelty tune. While visiting a mysteriously surrealistic dating agency, a lonely woman (Betty Taylor) checks out the video tapes of one male prospect (Angel Connell) who seems to have multiple personalities. With remote in hand, the woman speeds past those parts of her character she finds unattractive and zeroes in on the aspect of his personality she finds most attractive. Her decision to commit to this appealing part of his persona results in a dramatic change in her life - or does it?
This is a film with a ton of potential.
From start to finish we see the sexual encounters of five couples: ex-lovers, plutonic best friends, a first date, a long-time couple, and an impromptu threesome. Each encounter starts with the uncomfortable conversation and works its way through the foreplay and the orgasm to the pillow talk at the end. With its provocative title, and its ambitiously frank attitude toward sex, "Young People Fucking" promises eroticism and insight. How can one not be intrigued?