Six interwoven short stories about love and sex, featuring a knot of ingeniously drawn characters. After SIMON (2004), SEXTET: DUTCH BEDTIME STORIES is the second part of Eddy Terstall’s trilogy chronicling contemporary Dutch society. One story is about a lesbian couple trying to be discriminated against, in the same way as they are discriminating against their Moroccan neighbours. Another is about a beautiful girl doing her best to be rejected on a date, acting as wretchedly as she possibly can. A third is about a famous Dutch writer who has a nightly adventure with a young Dutch woman - or is she just a groupie? These stories form a film in which the actors and locations serve as constant and fixed elements. But at the same time each story is independent and marked by its own style. And it is all set in Amsterdam. A small and sexy film.