• A scene where a woman forces a man to take off his clothes (his bare buttocks are shown). Afterwards we see him running and his penis can be seen for a few seconds.
  • Full-frontal female nudity is seen for several seconds in one non-sexual context. Breasts and thick pubis are shown. No male nudity in this scene.
  • A man and a woman have sex. We briefly see the woman’s bare breasts. No male nudity is visible.
  • Preparing for oral sex, we see a man’s bare buttocks.
  • A distressing rape scene occurs without much warning. A man tells a woman to spread her legs wide open and he looks at her vagina. The man feels the woman’s body, gets on top of her and rapes her. The woman’s pubic area can be seen for a few seconds. No male or female genitalia are visualized in this particular scene due to camera angle.
  • A man watches a woman get undressed from a closet, we see her from behind and fairly far away from the screen; brief full rear nudity from a distance.
  • A woman removes her robe to show one of her breasts to a man, the breast can be seen but it is out of focus.
  • A few scenes of kissing.
  • A room has an erotic painting of a woman on the wall.
  • A man forcibly kisses another man.
  • The whole film explores themes of sexual violence and sadomasochism.
  • Lots of sexual references.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


Henry Miller once wrote, “to a large extent, our pain comes from our failure to see the world as a huge womb.” At an interesting party last weekend, someone turned to me and asked me, are you gay? I made a formal explanation for this lovely problem. In fact, each of us is pursuing spiritual homosexual love and physiological heterosexual pursuit. And the origin of this division may be traced back to the fact that we are still in the womb. Foucault’s idea is that due to the difference in temperature, male embryos are often on the right side of the womb, closer to the liver and higher temperature, while female embryos are on the left, a relatively less violent and impulsive place. This determines the different sexual characteristics of the growing character between the two sexes, which I call monopoly and sharing.

David Lynch arranged such a scene full of erotic provocation in blue velvet. The hero played by Dennis Hopper made the heroine pose during childbirth in a tone of similar command, and pretended that he was a newborn baby, in a state of semi suffocation and schizophrenia, Trying to complete the process of returning from the female genitalia to the mother’s womb. With dark scenes and unexposed side shooting techniques, Dennis Hopper sometimes murmurs like a child, sometimes angry and ferocious, which represents the typical sexual psychological crux of men. Desire to return to the mother, and desire to possess alone. The worship of the womb probably began to form from the embryonic stage. If male embryos are really on the warmer right side of the womb, on the day they were born, after the so-called birth trauma of oppression, tension and cold, their natural insecurity was instantly branded in the first cry. In his life, he is eager to return to the warm right embrace of the uterus again, which gradually shows their attitude towards gender relations in adulthood. Men play the role of children and patriarchy at the same time. They are eager for warmth and the vanity of being loved. Because of their strong sense of insecurity, they show violence. Monopoly is the only feeling they want to get.

It is difficult to achieve just monopoly, which has gradually shifted into what Freud called empathy in the process of slowly and long-term pain. Transfer the sensory emotion of returning to the mother to the psychological emotion of fetishism. In houmai’s KRA’s knee, the man is infatuated with the girl KRA’s knee. His infatuation is almost crazy, so he tried every means to finally support KRA’s boyfriend and stroked KRA’s knee as he wished. Empathy is always an extreme sexual psychological expression in disguise. It uses a way similar to the body but not the body to meet its own perfect needs for personal psychology.

Women’s return to the mother does not show too much exclusive desire. In my understanding, women’s sexual psychology can be regarded as a process of sharing to some extent. They are eager to get sexual experience, but they also want to share all this with the same sex. They see each other in the mirror. They are easier to trust each other than men, so they prefer to appear in the form of double life of Veronica. Compared with the warm right uterus, women growing on the left are more likely to find warmth in real life. Comparing Annis and June, the legendary bisexual lovers in Henry and June, they understand and love each other better than their same male lover Henry Miller. In the film, Annis looked at Henry coldly in the noisy bar and said, Henry, you may have genius and passage, but something is definitively missing Compassion. Henry, you may have talent and passion, but you lack the most important thing: compassion The relationship between the three is obvious. As a bridge, men build a way for women to lead to spiritual freedom. Women recognize their true face through men’s return to the mother. Men’s exclusive desire is full of tyranny and violence. Sympathy is missing and forever missing, because they can’t understand that the trauma of birth is not just on them, At the same time, it is also in the female body as the mother. I remember June took Annis to dance. The ambiguous and intimate expressions on their faces, although full of lust, seemed so gentle and pure. June told Annis about her past. She said it was a dirty and dirty past, but Annis thought it was extremely pure. She said, you were innocent, I want to be innocent like you, I want to experience everything you have experienced Later, Annis watched lesbian performances in gay clubs. She said to women playing male roles, stop promising to be a man, just a woman, woman to woman Simple same-sex relationships can be explained by asking for sharing and kindness. In another Hilary and Jackie (she is lonelier than fireworks), Jackie jokingly told her sister Hilary that I want to sleep with kiffer You don’t mind,do you,sis? We always did say that we’d share everything.

In Trevor’s Jules et Jim, she describes the process that a woman is willing to be shared. She loves two men Jules and Jim at the same time. They are all best friends, but she is unwilling to give up any one. She is willing to let them share her together. When men’s exclusive desire can’t tolerate this sharing process more and more, The woman drove the car from one man in front of another man and jumped down the cliff. Interestingly, the names of these three films are based on the two names in the triangular relationship. Henry and June, Hilary and Jackie, Jules and Jim, the omitted third party is the core body that is either shared or shared. Sharing conveys simple emotions. The key difference between it and monopoly is sympathy, so it is simpler and warmer.

Talking with Julien that day, I said, if men are eager to return to the mother, where can women return? He said, fertilized eggs. Yes, fertilized eggs, and then they can re select a warmer right implantation. However, even if the world is like a huge uterus, we still feel the oppression and anxiety of the mother. It’s better to share a man’s whisper with her than to become a man with a natural sense of insecurity.

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