‘Sexify’ is a Polish, comedy-drama that follows a sexually inexperienced student and her friends, who explore the intimidating world of intimacy in order to construct an innovative sex app and win a tech competition.
The second season of ‘Sexify’ is premiering on 11th January, on Netflix.
Cast and creators
- Aleksandra Skraba as Natalia Dumała
- Maria Sobocińska as Paulina Malinowska
- Sandra Drzymalska as Monika Nowicka
- Małgorzata Foremniak as Joanna Nowicka
- Cezary Pazura as Marek Nowicki
- Zbigniew Zamachowski as dean Krzysztof Maślak
- Bartosz Gelner as Konrad
- Piotr Pacek as Mariusz
- Jan Wieteska as Adam
- Sebastian Stankiewicz as “Jabba“
- Kamil Wodka as Rafał Paluch “Kripol“
- Magdalena Grąziowska as Lilith
- Wojciech Solarz as Krynicki
Directors: Kalia Alabrudzińska and Piotr Domalewski
“An ambitious computer science student, Natalia dreams of winning a prestigious competition. Her key to success is to create an innovative application that will satisfy the curiosity and sexual needs of her peers.
The problem is that she knows a lot about programming but very little about sex. So she decides to join forces with her best friend Paulina and her dorm mate Monika.
In order to invent an algorithm for female orgasm, the girls begin to explore the mysterious and intricate world of sex, learning more and more about themselves in the process. Sexify is a funny and provocative story about the lives of young girls today – growing up, discovering female power and sexuality.”
Due to the way it addresses sexuality in an educational setting, Sexify has been called “Poland’s answer to Sex Education.”
The video clip depicts how Paulina, Monika, and Natalia are attempting to keep their startup Sexify afloat. They needed to borrow more money after borrowing half a million dollars to cover the losses. While dealing with a personal crisis, they also rethink their product and business model to make them more appealing to customers.