But it does feature several moments of authentic sexiness. Theresa Randle plays a struggling actress who takes on phone-sex work, becoming the mutable, desirable Girl 6 at a sex line. At one point, a co-worker asks her if she's having orgasms with her clients.Like a lot of people in sex work, she denies it, wanting to keep boundaries clear, but when she first enters this world, she's visibly turned on by her own sexual potency, and it's way steamier than expected.The Gaffneys were apparently seeking out information to use in a lawsuit against Kizmate’s founders: Danielle and PJ Edwards.

Danielle claims the algorithm used on the site was one she devised herself after she met her perfect man (PJ) and was trying to track him down, leaving a message for “the boy in the blue knit cap”.

No security cam footage is available because the cameras were shut off for some reason.

According to us, this is one of the fifty hottest sex scenes in a movie, period.

And it's not hard to see why it made the list, when you take in Michael Caine's voice, his unwavering stare at his uninvolved landlady, his desire so single-minded that he doesn't care whom he may weird out.

NEXT: "One of the first times phone sex was treated like legitimate sex on screen…" 3.

This is a big reference point for phone sex in film, because it was one of the first times phone sex was treated like legitimate sex on screen.NEXT: "The two actors were dating — and probably phone-sexing — in real life…" 5. A long-distance relationship (like the one here, between Justin Long and Drew Barrymore) sort of demands several dedicated sessions of healthy phone sex.Anybody who's ever had an LDR will feel some tingling familiarity watching .Britt Ekland's breathy, sweaty response is completely understandable.NEXT: "At one point, a co-worker asks her if she's having orgasms with her clients…" 2.It's adorable because it's very real; the two participants get confused about their scenarios and who's on top.