Homesex movieDallas Buyers Club (2013) Movie Sex & Nudity

Dallas Buyers Club (2013) Movie Sex & Nudity

There are many sex scenes throughout, and all of them are shown in a very raw and uncomfortable manner. These sexual scenes do not hold back in any way and are fully shown making them even more graphic.
There sexual references ranging from mild to incredibly explicit.
The movie opens with a man having sex in a bull ring. Lots of graphic thrusting is shown.
A prolonged flashback shows a man having anal sex with multiple other women. They are all completely nude.
Graphic sexual content throughout. The sex acts leave little to the imagination, as they show almost all of it. They are shown in a rather uncomfortable and dirty manner and demonstrate that unprotected sex has consequences.
a flashback shows the main character having sex with a woman with track marks on her arms; its how he contracted the HIV virus.
Though there are lots of sexual scenes throughout the movie, the most graphic one includes a man watching two women having sex, which who he later has sex with, all while a porn video is playing in the background. All of this is shown graphically.
Another prolonged scene shows a man with aids getting a prostitute. They engage in oral sex before the man starts to cry.
A man masturbates (nothing shown but him breathing), looking at pictures of scantly clad women. And is disrupted by a picture of a man (this is not graphic and played only for laughs).
Many scenes in strip clubs with fully naked women throughout.
A man’s butt is briefly seen sticking out of the back of his hospital gown after waking up from a comatose state. In other scenes, he is wearing underwear under the gown.
A female character is a prostitute. before she dies she has sex with another woman.

A man that knows he has aids has sex with lots of women throughout the course of the movie.


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


Ron Woodruff is not a real cowboy riding a horse to take care of the pasture and take care of thousands of beef cattle or cows. He lives in a cheap activity room in Dallas, Texas. His occupation is electrician, but he follows cowboy culture, such as attending cowboy athletic conferences, and performs well. He smoked, drank, took drugs, and occasionally had fun in the hidden corner of the cowboy competition field. At the same time, two girls were beside him.

In the attitude towards homosexuality, Ron is also highly consistent with those who pursue cowboy style. He hates, hates and stays away from. In the middle of 1980s, in the United States, he was unlucky enough to catch AIDS. At that time, he was considered an incurable disease of homosexuals. Ron’s first reaction was that the hospital confused his blood samples with those of homosexuals. He referred to homosexuals with the contempt of “Daisy puller”.

The doctor’s diagnosis is not optimistic. Ron has only a 30 day life expectancy. The film Dallas buyers club enters the timing state at this time, starting from the first day. Ron is a real man. The film is based on reports in Dallas local newspapers. On that day, his life remained unchanged. He still smoked, drank, took drugs and looked for girls. The number remained at two at the same time. He did not necessarily realize that he could have passed HIV to two people at the same time.

It was a day in July 1985. There are many scenes in the film that have basically faded out of today’s society, such as people going to the library to find historical materials through microfilm, driving a blue Dodge Car, using a brick thick mobile phone, smoking in hospital buildings, listening to music with tapes and so on. There are also things that remain the same, such as a billiard table in the bar. What is deeper and unchanging is the survival instinct of animals.

The experimental drug AZT provided by the hospital can only be provided to a very small number of patients. Ron is not among them, but he refuses to wait for death. After going south to Mexico, he found a doctor whose license was revoked by the United States. The original cocktail therapy developed by the doctor is quite effective, including zinc, aloe, vitamins, nutritional supplements and antiviral drugs that have not been approved by the government. After taking it, Ron survived far longer than the doctor expected. He immediately turned the power of his example into business opportunities: if I can survive, so can you. Hundreds of people joined his club and paid $400 a month for Ron’s improved cocktail. Cocktails are sometimes effective and sometimes ineffective. In fact, no one can fully understand their efficacy and toxic and side effects, but this does not hinder the development of the club. Ron found a humble motel to work. There was always a long line outside his room. At that time, the spread of AIDS in the United States was equivalent to an epidemic.

Some ingredients needed in Ron’s folk formula are controlled drugs in the United States, so he had to buy them illegally in Mexico, or legally buy them from Japan and other places and then illegally bring them into the United States. From the film, formal research departments such as hospitals are also looking for effective treatment, but the idea is slightly conservative, and the urgency of solving the problem is far less than the patients themselves. In addition, few people can pay $10000 a year for treatment. Other patients with difficult and miscellaneous diseases are actually facing the same pattern, and probably only passively accept the only choice. In contrast, there are at least two significant differences in AIDS patients. First of all, they are numerous, and at the same time, because of the high proportion of homosexuals, it is easy to form a group strength. Secondly, at that time, some folk formulas of Ron’s brand were more effective than the formal treatment of the hospital. As a result, in the middle of 1980s to the beginning of 1990s, the United States formed a special large-scale civil struggle, that is, the —medical activism, which is centered on the AIDS patients seeking medical treatment.

The 2012 documentary “how to survive a plague” gives a detailed review of that history. AIDS patients realize that silence and waiting for death are no different, so they make every effort to voice, use parades, sit ins and other means to make the whole society understand their own experience. Their emotions can be summarized as “sadness and anger”. Sadness comes not only from the misfortune of their own disease, but also from the incomprehension of society. At that time, the United States was governed by Reagan, and the conservative trend of thought was gradually dominant. Not many people could objectively understand homosexuality. In the documentary, Reagan, President George W. Bush and heavyweight Senator Helms, all agree that the cause of AIDS is misconduct. The best way to eradicate the disease is to maintain chastity.

“Anger” is mainly due to the inaction of the government. I have lived in the Washington area for more than 10 years and have never heard of a mass incident before the National Institutes of Health (NIH). NIH is at the forefront of medical research and should be a place to bring hope to people. In the documentary, the federal government directly manages the front door to become the main venue for AIDS patients. They believe that NIH has not been able to provide effective solutions as soon as possible in a more positive way. Objectively speaking, the U.S. health management department itself has no major fault. The government has always paid more attention to procedural compliance and will not easily make adjustments because of compassion.

The times reflected in the documentary “plague Survival Guide” basically overlap with “Dallas buyer club”, and the spiritual essence is also very close. Ron and AIDS patients do not rely on the government. They rely on self education and self rescue. In this process, the whole society’s understanding of AIDS and homosexuality has gradually changed. Ron’s business partner rayon looks as handsome as Brad Pitt, but deep down he wants to be Angelina Jolie. At first, Ron had only negative views on his wrong gender and homosexual identity. With the deepening of their communication, Ron’s attitude began to change and gave more understanding to rayon, a gentle, kind, humorous and funny partner wearing skirts, lipstick and high heels. There is a scene in the grocery store in the film. An old friend Ron met refused to shake hands with rayon. Although it is different from Dulles’s refusal to shake hands with Zhou Enlai, the discrimination contained in it still has something in common. At this time, Ron used coercion, and his old friend’s hand was forced to touch rayon’s hand.

Many people’s views on homosexuality change through a path similar to Ron. Not long ago, I interviewed Evan Wolfson, a famous gay rights lawyer in New York. He also said that as long as you have the opportunity to associate with homosexuals in real life, or there are homosexuals among your relatives and friends, you are likely to find that they are the same as heterosexuals in their efforts to study, work hard and achieve careers, In addition to sexual orientation determined by factors such as genes.

The timing at the end of the film is “day 2557”. Ron’s tenacious struggle with death is over at this time. It was 1992. In 1996, the protease inhibitor study achieved a real breakthrough, and the anti reversal drugs entered the mature stage, and then the mortality rate of AIDS began to decline rapidly. Today, AIDS is still incurable, but as long as we have enough affordability to receive treatment, this once fatal disease has become a chronic disease that can be effectively controlled. The contributions of Ron can not be ignored. Just like the end of a documentary “the guide to the survival of plague”, a member of the Authority said that the government did not give us drugs, and others did not give us drugs. It is our AIDS patients who have won their own medicines. This is the most proudly achievement of the gay community.

There are still many people in American society who refuse to recognize homosexuality, but there is no doubt that we have been in an increasingly tolerant atmosphere. By 2013, 18 states in the United States and Washington, D.C. had officially recognized same-sex marriage in law. In my opinion, in all the direct quotes in the media this year, Pope Francis said “what can I judge?” (Who Am I To Judge?) Probably the most comfortable for homosexuals. The Roman Catholic Church, which has always held a conservative position on homosexuality, has also let go, which should show that society’s understanding of homosexuality is continuing to move in the direction of humanization.

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