Not being a huge fan of Liam Neeson, despite an electrifying performance in Gangs of New York, I didn't have high hopes for this film but it really turned out to be very good. Kinsey, a professor, specialising in a particular wasp turns his research to the controversial subject of sex and in particular what couples of any gender, do in the bedroom. His studies spill over into his personal life and the lives of his research fellows. Laura Linney plays his long suffering, but with moments of pleasure, wife. Both performances are believable and credible. The plot is engaging and keeps quite lighthearted in the face of such controversy. My only complaint is that just as we seem to get to the meat and bones of Kinsey's story the film ends. It really left me wondering "what happened next?" Usually in a good film that ending can be used to great psychological effect, but in a semi-biopic film it just seems odd and more than a little unsatisfying. Stilll enjoyable watching, and I may review my stand on Liam Neeson as an actor.