I generally love this author but I'm finding more and more that his books take a little too long to get into. Once you're there though, the book is great. My only other complaint was that the book was printed in blue ink, which was somewhat hard on the eyes. I learned some more about art history (which is a secret love of mine to study intermittently) and enjoyed some historical fiction. A good read if you're a Moore fan, but maybe not so much if you don't like/get his wacky sense of humour.
Graphic sex in every combination, Sook Yin Lee and NYC, what's not to love about this movie? :) Actually, it was pretty good plot wise, and an interesting commentary on sex and all the hang ups that go along with it. It was pretty weird to see Lee, as I'm used to her as a newscaster, and had never seen her acting a character before. A good film, deserving of its film fest awards.