With its come-on title and sun-and-fun setting, Let's Talk About Sex would seem the last place to expect an intelligent discussion of "what women really want." But writer-director Troy Beyer, using actual women-on-the-street interviews, turns Miami's South Beach area into a town meeting on dating and mating in the '90s--what Virginia Woolf, were she alive today, would call "a locker room of one's own." I enjoyed what the women had to say, even if their remarks seemed straight off of HBO's "Real Sex." But Beyer has grafted onto her video project a Waiting to Exhale-ish comedy-drama about three women putting together a video project on women's "likes, dislikes, skills and thrills," and their problems--sexual abandonment, moms who don't care, etc.--seem more than a little familiar. Whereas the interviews may blow everybody's minds, men's and women's alike.