Masters Of Sex - Season 2 DVD

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Stylish smart and provocative drama series set in the 1950s chronicling the relationship of Dr William Masters and Virginia Johnson the couple who gave birth to the sexual revolution.

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Released
01 June 2015
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DVD 
Publisher
Sony Pictures Home Ent. 
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720 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5051159575166 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. The complete second series of the TV drama based on the lives of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, who conducted pioneering research into the nature of human sexual attraction. Dr William Masters (Michael Sheen) is a leading US obstetrician determined to launch a study of human sexual behaviour. When he makes the acquaintance of Virginia Johnson (Lizzy Caplan), Masters finds an assistant who possesses the qualities to help him move forward with his plan. Though in many ways Masters and Johnson are polar opposites, as their project progresses a growing sense of attraction develops between the two and the line begins to blur between their personal and professional interests. The episodes are: 'Parallax', 'Kyrie Eleison', 'Fight', 'Dirty Jobs', 'Giants', 'Blackbird', 'Asterion', 'Mirror, Mirror', 'Story of My Life', 'Below the Belt', 'One for the Money, Two for the Show' and 'The Revolution Will Not Be Televised'.  DVD Special Features:  “Making History” Featurette – An exploration of the time period shift from the ‘50s to the ‘60s, including the introduction of Alcoholics Anonymous, diet pills and the start of the Civil Rights movement.

The complete second series of the TV drama based on the lives of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, who conducted pioneering research into the nature of human sexual attraction. Dr William Masters (Michael Sheen) is a leading US obstetrician determined to launch a study of human sexual behaviour. When he makes the acquaintance of Virginia Johnson (Lizzy Caplan), Masters finds an assistant who possesses the qualities to help him move forward with his plan. Though in many ways Masters and Johnson are polar opposites, as their project progresses a growing sense of attraction develops between the two and the line begins to blur between their personal and professional interests. The episodes are: 'Parallax', 'Kyrie Eleison', 'Fight', 'Dirty Jobs', 'Giants', 'Blackbird', 'Asterion', 'Mirror, Mirror', 'Story of My Life', 'Below the Belt', 'One for the Money, Two for the Show' and 'The Revolution Will Not Be Televised'.