Homesex movieDronningen (2019) Movie Sex & Nudity

Dronningen (2019) Movie Sex & Nudity

Anne looks at herself in the mirror, wearing only panties.
Anne listens as Amanda and Gustav have loud sex.
Anne and Peter have rough sex in their bed, we see his rear and her heaving breasts.
Peter has sex with Anne after she seduces him at home, tame, no nudity.
Anne’s breasts are seen during pillow talk after sex.
Peter and Anne undress for bed, we see her breasts.
After Anne’s initial seduction of Gustav, there is a scene with Anne sitting on a ledge with her legs spread and Gustav giving her oral sex. There is no nudity and the sex is more implied than explicit.
Contains simulated sex between the actors. Rumors that this was unsimulated have been debunked. As confirmed by director, and cast members, a prosthetic penis was used for oral sex scene and no penetration occurred

Gustav performs cunnilingus and has sex with Anne in the bathroom while the girls also are home, Peter almost discovers them.
Gustav has sex with Anne from behind in bed, we see her breasts and bush.
Anne is restless in bed. She enters Gustav’s room and sits next to him on his bed. She reaches under the covers and begins to stroke him. Anne then exposes his erect penis (prosthetic) and puts her mouth on it performing oral sex. She then gets on her hands and knees and has him enter her. Lots of hard thrusting. She kisses him when it’s over and returns to her bedroom. (Note: The version on Amazon removes the fellatio, but retains less graphic, simulated penetrative sex.)
Film’s most controversial scene is one of statutory rape. Story is set in Denmark where under the law any adult who has sexual relations of any kind with minor under 18 is committing rape if the adult has any responsibility, with step parents specifically named under the law as prohibited and thus statutory rape . The adult in this case is the step mother.


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


The queen of the Red Star (Hong Kong Translation of the Queen’s seduction) was marked as a grade III film when it was released in HKIFF. I didn’t expect it to be so large before watching the film.

Tell a story first

The film can be roughly divided into three parts.

The first part is advanced by successive hints. When Gustav and Anne got along alone for the first time, he had just taken a bath. His wet body was only wrapped in a bath towel. His growing muscles and a very thin body suspected of malnutrition, coupled with a slightly pale skin color, a pair of unfamiliar and somewhat cramped eyes stared at Anne. Anne asked about Gustav’s reading and played a very naughty trick of “you take it, hey, you can’t get it”.

This period is Gustav’s gradual adaptation and integration, as well as Anne’s case involving the rape of a girl. The girl knocked on Anne’s door the night before testifying in court and told her that what she feared most was “those people don’t believe me”. Anne comforted and encouraged her for various reasons. After the trial the next day, the girl angrily said to Anne, “you see, those people won’t believe me at all”. This alludes to Gustav’s similar experience and a realistic dilemma: the testimony of minors will be naturally doubted, because their testimony is considered to be consistent with their age and experience, that is, their ability to testify. Anne then contacted the defendant directly in the parking lot and was later denounced by her law firm partner. This shows that Anne is not only just, but also reflects her very strong character who thinks she is absolutely right (the partner says “you always think you are right”, while Anne completely doesn’t argue and only answers “you know who I am from the beginning”).

The turning point occurred when Gustav took Amanda home and had a relationship. Anne obviously began to change her state after hearing their cry for bed. First of all, she was eager to be satisfied by her husband, and then appreciated her body in front of the mirror. When her daughter said “never go into the water”, she put down her work and jumped into the lake to play with Gustav. She sat next to Gustav on the sofa and drank. She never thought of tattooing. She let Gustav tattoo on her arms, When her and her husband’s mutual friends visited at home, she played music, danced selflessly, and even left her friends and husband to go out for a drink at Gustav’s invitation, which might have been polite. Everything points to the same fact: Anne’s lust, flesh desire and physical self-consciousness are gradually waking up from the long-term sexual depression (caused by busy work, family life, etc.).

At the beginning of the second part, Anne wore a silk nightdress and entered Gustav’s room in the absence of her husband, such as repeated practice. It was a very stylized sexual intercourse process without emotional communication and straight to the theme. In the process, neither party spoke and guided by desire. Here we can see that Gustav, who is still young, is shocked and confused in the face of this sudden disturbance, and is replaced by blank brain and physical instinct. When Anne was satisfied and leaned on the bed, her eyes were mixed with happiness and fear, and then she left the scene quickly. A high configuration Apple computer was given to Gustav by Anne as compensation. The deviant inertia is like a fallen dominoes, driving the two people to meet more and more frequently, and the happy days gradually reach a climax. One detail is that when Gustav asked her about the first person she had sex with, Anne’s answer was evasive, saying only that she was a person who “shouldn’t have sex at all”, which made people wonder whether she had ever been a young victim of another adult.

The last part begins with the girls’ party. When Gustav saw Anne in the backyard, he surrounded her from behind and began kissing her neck, but Lina hit her right. Gustav, who was angrily thrown away by Anne because of shame and panic, began a child’s response to sudden dissatisfaction: climbing into a tree and making a noise, crazy, threatening and attracting attention. Anne began to panic and the plot turned sharply. Lina keeps saying that it makes her sick. She will tell Peter that every missed call from Lina is testing Anne’s luck. Gustav, you can easily get a child, but you can’t control them. After waiting nervously for a few days, Anne was questioned by Peter who came back from camping whether she had a relationship with her son. But a second or two is as long as a century. With tears in her eyes, Anne began her crazy self-protection program. The next thing is very clever and logical: pour dirty water on Gustav and make him lose his integrity; At the same time, take advantage of Peter’s cowardice and the gap between him and Gustav to further isolate Gustav; Transfer the contradiction to your stepmother identity. Gustav has changed from Anne’s desire machine to a malignant tumor. He will run home from boarding school at midnight and knock on the door to wake up sleeping Peter, break Anne’s family and ruin her reputation. Anne, who controls everything and is absolutely right, has full combat power at this time and indirectly kills Gustav without any effort. Although Anne cried bitterly after Gustav’s death because of her complex emotions, I tend to think that some of her thoughts must be a sigh of relief, because there is no proof of death.

Another time bomb, Lina — perhaps because Anne was not easy to provoke, perhaps out of pity for Anne’s two daughters, or the idea of being nosy — as the only witness, gave up the prosecution of Anne. Her mentality is very subtle and worth exploring. The changes before and after and the final forbearance all imply the sacrifice of Gustav. What does this sacrifice come from? What considerations ultimately outweighed the protection of Gustav? Is she under any obligation to report Anne? Was she also one of the indirect killers of Gustav?

The third part also has the most buggy part of the whole script – Gustav was so cornered in an Internet age. He even found Anne’s office and came to the door, but he didn’t go any further. His out of resentment and his weak action form an extremely sharp contrast, but the contrast here can not be answered in Gustav’s character shaped by the director in the first two parts of the film. In other words, perhaps it is the final result of a tragedy that the director gives up the authenticity and integrity of the story at the end.

Repression comes from morality?

My friends who watched movies with me raised an interesting question: why is the process of watching movies so depressing? That is, why do we, as viewers, when we see Anne and Gustav’s behavior, think it is “deviant” or “immoral”? These two words themselves have strong moral judgment. Out of the film itself, we are suppressed by a strong sense of morality in the process of watching the film. What does this sense of morality come from? If Gustav were an adult, would the relationship between his stepmother still make us so depressed? At least my answer is that acceptance may be higher, but I still feel violated. Think of my friend who said some time ago that his French boyfriend’s hair was too long and would be discriminated against and couldn’t find a job. As a result, he had a big quarrel with his boyfriend, as well as the discussion on open relations between his friend and me. Think of the film “evil angel” seen a few days ago. The hero said that he was different from others because “he didn’t eat that set”. So what exactly is “that set”? What are the real pros and cons or consequences of eating or not? Why do we face so many rules?

For “that set”, Here is an excerpt from the Wiki’s discussion on the word morality: “morality is a behavioral factor used to distinguish between the rightness and illegality of intention and determine action. Morality can be a series of standards or principles derived from the code of conduct of a specific philosophy, religion or culture, or from the universal values believed by a person. Morality is an” informal public mechanism ” Informal means that there is no law or authority to judge whether it is correct or not, while public mechanism refers to the criteria that can be applied in all occasions. ”

We can pick out some keywords, such as “distinction”, “legitimacy”, “decision”, “standard” and “judgment”. It is not difficult to see that morality is a behavior judgment standard to distinguish whether the behavior is legitimate or not, but this standard is not fixed, but relative. It is always rooted in specific social consciousness and different from individual will. Different from morality, law is an explicit social contract, and individuals will eventually pay a price for violating it.

Eating or not eating “that set” has external pressure factors and internal selection factors. Although morality lacks authority to judge it, to a certain extent, social public opinion / atmosphere / parental discipline and other factors independent of the individual can be used as the “supervisor” of its existence. Since the individual needs to interact with others (i.e. almost at the beginning of his life), he acts on the individual with soft pressure to internalize it, Finally, it will affect the individual’s judgment of “good” and “bad” behavior of himself and others. People who don’t eat “that set” either lack external pressure because they don’t form real interaction with others (such as Voldemort), or start their own exploration before internalizing external pressure, or encounter changes, break the existing moral value system, and finally form their own set of judgment standards different from public morality (such as Voldemort) The little boy in the evil angel, the ignorant Gustav in the film, and the clown in Batman: a fatal joke). However, most of the remaining people, after having sociality, will be more or less influenced by the specific morality rooted in this society and become increasingly internalized, which has become a part of the criterion of self judgment in fact. The amount of this part has also become one of the fundamental differences in values between people.

My friends and I were undoubtedly brought up and internalized by the sexual morality of Chinese society, For example, parents and children “should” have clear boundaries, stand firm in their roles and not deviate from the rules, and Oedipus’s story will inevitably evolve into “tragedy”; for example, sex is despised, especially in young men and middle-aged women with such a big age difference (although she is well maintained) Sex between. These are obviously behaviors that are not allowed by the sexual morality of our society. When we see these behaviors, we will unconsciously judge their legitimacy based on the internalized standard, and because we have obtained a result of “good” and “bad”, our thinking will be blocked and will not think further.

In fact, if you think further, as Li Yinhe has always stressed, love is beautiful whenever and wherever it happens. Despite all the value judgments, at least Gustav had a strong feeling for Anne. When morality did not exist in the world, it had been produced before morality, and then gradually regulated due to the needs of social consciousness, and finally became the dissident of public ideas. Writing about this, morality actually belongs to a personal choice in the fundamental sense. Individuals can either choose to believe in it or abandon it. The difference is whether you have the courage to live inconsistent with public cognition, whether you have the courage to be different from everyone else, and whether you have the courage to accept the examination and torture of others.

Back in this film, Anne is a person with a strong sense of morality. Her actions such as fighting for the rights and interests of the little girl and making up for Gustav all stem from Anne’s internalization and compliance with morality. In her eyes, her own behavior must be deviant, but she is confident that such behavior will not be social and will only be retained between the two, so she will not be judged by others Will not face external pressure sources; On the other hand, Gustav is ignorant and simple. The camera rarely records whether he has ever thought, tangled and suffered. He also does not express any guilt for his father and two sisters, At the party, he didn’t mind the “excessive” intimacy with his stepmother that may be found by others. Compared with Anne, who has long been stereotyped, Gustav is like a piece of white paper and hasn’t internalized morality. His judgment standard for his behavior is instinctive desire and physical guidance.

Why is it necessary to criminalize relationships with minors?

Another core issue of the film is sexual crimes against minors. Article 236 of the mainland’s criminal law stipulates that, whether voluntary or not, having sexual relations with a woman under the age of 14 (unfortunately, it does not include a boy) is a crime and shall be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of not less than three years but not more than 10 years, with heavier punishment. In addition, according to the contact theory, that is, sexual organ contact is a crime, regardless of whether it is inserted or not. This is clearly an enhanced protection for minors. So why do you need such protection?

The reasons that have been said to be dry mouth include minors’ immature body and mind, inability to recognize their own behavior, inability to be responsible for their own behavior, vulnerability to deception and so on.

What I want to talk about here is another theory.

In 2015, Harvard University launched a policy to prohibit teachers and students from falling in love. The main reason is

The key word here is “unequal identity”. Because teachers have greatly exceeded students’ imagination in terms of their lengthy academic career and age, whether in knowledge, experience or all aspects. Inexperienced students are very easy to be influenced by teachers and then attracted. Such attraction does not come from equal identity and equal experience, but from a young man’s worship of the relative monopolist of knowledge in a special period of life (Study). This year’s Oscar hit film “a good wife” also has such a passage. When students go to class, they go to the bed of a humorous professor. The teacher’s behavior constitutes an “abuse”, which means that the strong party in an unequal position uses this unequal relationship to grab what he needs, and is likely to cause harm to the weak party.

So why prevent such inequality? As a student, I am infatuated with the teacher’s knowledge and experience. What’s the problem?

Of course not. The problem lies with the teacher.

It is the duty of teachers to teach students what they have learned and accumulated in their life. The unequal relationship of knowledge formed through the identity of teachers is the derivative of teachers’ performance of their duties. Teaching is a necessary means for society to transmit knowledge and educate the next generation. It is an abuse to use the unequal relationship formed by the convenience of performing public functions to obtain private interests.

By extension, to use the “existing” unequal relations (resources, knowledge, social status, etc.) to realize their own interests is essentially an abuse of the inherent unequal relations and an unfair treatment of the weak in the relations (whether they are aware of it or not).

Back to the film, adults are minors, stepmothers are stepsons, and the head of the family is boarders. The layers of unequal identities of Anne and Gustav can form the basis of Anne’s abuse. Under this analysis, the ugliness, injustice and distortion of this relationship are more exposed.

epilogue

The strong avoid going astray; The weak try not to be humble or arrogant.

The equality of relationship is the foundation of all subsequent health. This theory can be pushed from teachers and students to friends

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