John Zmirak reviews an unheralded movie, Unscrewed. It's an entertaining article. The movie and review in a nutshell: A young married couple is inexplicably unable to have sex. They consult all sorts of therapists, and eventually get it sorted together and start copulating again. And then they separate. Says Zmirak, “They admit, in the end, that the quest for healthy sex had become the focus of their marriage–'And once we achieved that, there didn't seem to be any further point in staying together. Our relationship wasn't about anything anymore,'” says the husband. Zmirak's point: Understandable and predictable. At no point in the film does the couple discuss the possibility of having children. The marriage, says Zmirak, was sterile because it was barren.