Wednesday, May 23, 2018
I read other reviews pointing out that it has that realism which is why the plot it tried and true. The characters Dallas (Erika) and Jasmine (Natalie) have AMAZING chemistry!! You cannot turn away when they are on the screen and it does seem like they enjoyed each other and had a good time making the film. It shows and I think that only adds to their chemistry, seriousness, and humor.
The rating: I think that they chose an Unrated rating, because if they chose an NC-17 rating, it would hurt their viewership. By choosing an Unrated, it allows for a greater population to view the movie, and it does not have the scrutiny of what goes along with it. NC-17 ratings are often associated with either brutal violence, or extensive sex scenes, along with how much is shown for that extended period of time.
The United States has much to learn from this film, as
they have yet to produce a worthy lesbian with a happy ending of a film. Sure
they had Carol with Cate Blanchett, and Rooney Mara based on a Patricia
Highsmith novel set in the 50's, and yes it did receive Oscar nominations, but
they have yet to achieve what other foreign countries are capable of producing.
If you are in the mood for a good lesbian film where
there is actual chemistry, and full frontal from the male in the film along
with the women, this is for you. I am glad that the nudity does not exclude
gender, as it is more often than not the female fully nude and the male not. The film is available on Netflix. 3/1/18
European acting is so superior to Hollywood. . It's a typical European film that depicts real life. ...And as so many times in European movies, the ending leaves you feeling uneasy and disturbed, very different from Hollywood movies.. makes you THINK. .. the moral of the story is adultery complicates lives. .. make your decision in current relationship first. To stay or to go, and if go. only then jump into something else. .. otherwise it will eventually leave everyone involved very hurt. .. The file is available on Netflix. 3/1/18
Friday, December 15, 2017
This is a provocative and well produced film. It adds a new definition to the “cougar” experience. This film explores the very bounties of intimacy within a family. In the end it’s complicated. The story is of two “best of friends” mothers each having a son. We watch as the boys grow up to be young men ready for college. Each mother however, establishes a sexual relation with the son of the other mother. The mothers are at first shocked with their behavior. Later, they evolve into full enjoyment of the erotic adventure. The film crosses all the lines of family and generational boundaries. The landscape photography and erotic photography is beautiful. This “cougar” theme is very popular in porn. The film illustrates a dark side of this fantasy where the young men lack the maturity to manage this complexity. The film is very good and I recommend it. It is available on Netflix. 12/15/17
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
This is a 1 hr. 47 minute file, where all but 10 minutes is filmed in the same room with two naked women. The film shifts back and forth from the two women making love to each woman reveling secrets. Room in Rome is a beautiful and very erotic film. It is the story of two young women who meet for a single night encounter. The close ups of each woman simply touching the face of the other and of long enjoyable kisses are both subtle and highly erotic. But the film is also so much more. The director Julio Medem captures all the suggestive shadows of two beautiful women in a dimly light exotic Rome hotel room. Through the women remain nude throughout the film; the erotic shadows lessen as the past painful secrets of the women are revealed. The haunting soundtrack from Russian Red with the hit single “Loving Strangers” creates a perfect mood for this film. I first saw and reviewed this film in 2012. It was a pleasure to see it again. The film is available on Netflix. 11/22/17
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