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Sexify, season 2, college girls turn business women

Aleksandra Skraba, Sandra Drzymalska, and Maria Sobocinska in Sexify

Sexify, the Polish comedy series, sees the three women out of college in season 2. They are about to launch their Sexify app. They managed to create a sex app without knowing anything about sex. Now they’re running a business without knowing anything about business. Lots of disasters are involved.

Sexify continues with the raunchy humor, frank talk, and nudity established for this feminist comedy in season 1. The three main characters struggle to maintain their independence and autonomy while running a business, their own personal lives, and dealing with interference from outside interests.

Aleksandra Skraba, Sandra Drzymalska, and Maria Sobocinska in Sexify

Paulina (Maria Sobocinska) is the researcher on the team, although she’s actually an artist. Monika (Sandra Drzymalska) is the programmer. She’s brilliant, autistic, and desperate to actually have sex herself. Natalia (Aleksandra Skraba) has connections and knows how to raise money.

These three rent office space, hire employees, and have a big party to launch the app. The electricity goes off at that exact moment. They haven’t paid their bills. They are broke.

Two new characters enter the story. Unfortunately, IMDb doesn’t have the updated cast for season 2 so I can’t give you names for them. The first is a successful business woman who knows how to run things. She buys half interest in the app. She sends a man to oversee things and he starts giving orders – who to fire (almost everyone), what to do with brand new cars and expensive hotel rooms – he’s got the money advice.

Aleksandra Skraba and Kamil Wodka in Sexify

When they think they’re good to go with the app again, they learn that Rafal (Kamil Wodka) and some other college friends have stolen their code to make an app for men called Sexiguy. Well, that won’t do. Several solutions are tried to deal with Sexiguy.

The lives of the women mirror the issues with the app(s). Monika and her live-in boyfriend Adam (Jan Wieteska) can’t get their personal lives on track. Paulina is still trying to decide if she likes men or women – the idea of liking both hasn’t hit her yet. Natalia is making selfless decisions to help the company. Something new for this usually completely selfish character.

A major theme in this comedy series has been the women seeking success and autonomy on their own merits, without taking orders from men or asking for help from parents. A couple of times in season 2, this principle seemed in danger of bending, but it all worked out in the end.

What finally happened with the app(s) was a surprise, but the growth and maturity the women gained from their experiences in season 2 were worth the struggle.

Aleksandra Skraba, Sandra Drzymalska, and Maria Sobocinska on the Sexify poster

The Polish style comedy and the way music is used combine to make this comedy series very different from an American show. I quite enjoyed it and wanted the women characters to find themselves and settle into their lives. I didn’t think season 2 was as good as season 1, but it was worth watching.

Kalina Alabrudzinska directed every episode, which she co-created with Agata Gerc. If Netflix has other projects lined up from this creative team, I will be first in line to watch.

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3 responses to “Sexify, season 2, college girls turn business women”

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    Am happy to receive

    the e-mail, notification

    of your writings about

    Sexify, Season Two 🙂

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    Over a year ago,

    I made notes

    about Season One:

    “Episode 4, 6, 7, 8

    on Thursday

    30 September 2021,

    finishing watch…”

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    “MONIKA looks great

    {with…

    a secretive,

    impressive intelligence},

    PAULINA is the nice girl…

    NATALIA is the nerd

    who designed the Sexify app

    {she showed great,

    gutsy acting abilities;

    she also seems to be the

    one with the most

    expressive face}.”

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    I like your website

    very much!

    The writings,

    the pictures,

    YOUR CURATION…

    My cup of tea 🙂

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    I hope you don’t mind me

    asking you to take a look…

    I suppose

    Natalia (Aleksandra Skraba)

    is the

    main programmer of her team;

    I guess

    Monika (Sandra Drzymalska)

    is the one who has

    connections

    to very rich people,

    because of

    her businessman father?

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    Wouldn’t be the first time

    I made a mistake!

    Please check 🙂

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    Yours sincerely,

    Tony,

    023-01-18-3

    around 02:12 in HK.

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    “…Monika (Sandra Drzymalska) is the programmer. She’s brilliant, autistic, and desperate to actually have sex herself. Natalia (Aleksandra Skraba) has connections and knows how to raise money.”

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    {in the first series, or season 1 (I haven’t watched the 2nd series, yet)}

    Natalia is the main programmer of her team, Monika has connections to lots of money.

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    {in the first series, or season 1}

    Monika is the one on the right, in the 2 pictures you posted near the top of your essay, she is probably the “usually completely selfish character” that you described.

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