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Fioravante (John Turturro), at his friend Murray’s (Woody Allen) suggestion, enters into the world’s oldest profession, and ends up finding something he didn’t know he was looking for. The seed of this scheme is planted when Murray’s beautiful dermatologist Dr. Parker (Sharon Stone) Mention she’s looking for a man to participate in a menage a trois with her and her equally gorgeous friend Selima (Sofia Vergara). Contending with the recent closure of his bookshop, Murray recognizes the financial potential of this proposal and sets about convincing Fioravante to consummate the deal. While Fioravante is at first hesitant at the prospect of being Murray’s “ho”, he also needs the cash and comes to realize that there are worse ways to make a living than making two attention starved women happy. Meanwhile Murray has come across Avigal (Vanessa Paradis), the widow of a revered Chasidic Rabbi, whom she married when she was very young. When Murray proposes that she visit Fioravante, she grasps this opportunity, curious as to where it might lead her. Meanwhile, Avigal’s every move is tracked by Dovi (Live Schreiber), a Chasidic man who has pined for her since boyhood.