An outsider with libertarian ideas invades and corrupts a bourgeois family. Continue reading
Film in four segments: “Colagem”, “Balanço”, “Bandeira Zero” and “Sexta-Feira da Paixão, Sábado de Aleluia”, having in common a strongly allegorical and gross protest tone in the approach of its subjects.
Acreditava-se àquela epoca que aliberação política deveria vir juntocom a liberação sexual. “Esporrarjatos de napalm”, a frase de PrataPalomares (André Faria Jr.)posteriormente repetida emCrônica de um industrial (LuizRosemberg Filho) simbolizavamais do que uma metáfora: oinstinto sexual vinha junto com opolítico, e a angústia surgia porque o gozo social era mais difícil do que o individual. No título do filme América” e “sexo”; e sua tentativa é justamente a de exorcizar sexualmente aquilo que não pode ser resolvido no Brasil de 1969, menos de seis meses depois da promulgação do AI-5, ou seja, a política. Continue reading
An office worker who dreams of a peaceful happiness with her boyfriend is forced into prostitution by yakuza…
Andrew’s life has hit rock bottom. After being fired from his job and discovering that his girlfriend is having an affair, he hits the streets looking for work only to discover a non-stop series of sexual delights waiting for him at every turn.
When a country boy arrives in the Big City with nothing but starry eyes and dreams of making a success of himself, he finds that his best asset might just be the one between his legs.
Jon Martin stars as the naive young man, a guy whose sexual prowess ends up getting him anything he wants out of life. His job search initially lands him in the back of a restaurant, washing dishes even as the saucy siren who runs the joint is dabbling in lesbian hi jinx right there behind the counter!
Jon leaves that job soon enough, this time to try his luck at selling encyclopedias. Well, he doesn’t move many volumes, but he does end up in the clinch with a buxom beauty who prefers him to his reference books.
In the end, Jon finds himself working as an account executive for a publishing company — another job that he got thanks to some tireless trysting with just the right woman. Continue reading
A woman who’s husband leaves her is sexually frustrated by the absence of a lover in her life. Avoiding the lecherous advances of the men she meets, she that finds her son’s interest in her exceeds the limits of their relationship. And to her shock, she finds herself excited by the prospect. Meanwhile, she does find a suitable man for herself, but things start heating up between mother and son… Continue reading
In an elegant restaurant where gourmet food and gourmet sex are both on the menu, former high-class prostitute and acclaimed author Barbara Broadcast (played by stunning Annette Haven) transforms lunch with journalist C.J. Laing into an afternoon of sexual excess. Barbara seduces her way through a corporate office and a busy Manhattan night club, while Laing ventures into the kitchen for a smoldering encounter with Wade Nichols that may just be the greatest sex scene ever filmed. Climaxing with the return of Misty Beethoven, Constance Money, and her tormentor, Jamie Gillis. Bon Appetit! Continue reading
Iconoclastic indie filmmaker Gaspar Noe is as soft-spoken as his films are abrasive. The force behind the short film “Carne” (1991) and “I Stand Alone” (1998) — two visually explosive and delectably warped odes to the ordinary madness of a misunderstood horse butcher — Noe writes, directs, produces, shoots and edits films so distinctive that his films have already developed cult followings.
As part of a French government initiative to promote the use of condoms through graphic depictions of their proper use, Noe made the short “Sodomites” and handled camera duties on Hadzihalilovic’s “Good Boys Use Condoms.” Continue reading