Homesex movieFeuchtgebiete (2013) Movie Sex & Nudity

Feuchtgebiete (2013) Movie Sex & Nudity

A woman is seen masturbating a few times in the movie. The first time while taking a bath. Her breasts and pubic hair are visible. The second time on a bed.
A man performs cunnilingus. Genitals are not seen. A woman then masturbates a man. Movement of the arm is seen, but nothing explicit is shown.
A woman tries to defecate onto a mans stomach, no nudity, she strains and moans, but is unsuccessful.
A naked woman bends over to attempt to shave her anus. We see her in profile.
Two women are topless in a bathroom.
A woman flashes her vulva at guests at a dinner party.
A woman has her vulva shaved by a naked man. Full-frontal nudity of both sexes shown; vulva briefly in close-up (though labia is partially obscured).
A woman sitting on a hospital bed flashes her vagina at a man. Once again, the labia is partially obscured but we see quite a lot.
A close-up photograph of an anal opening is seen briefly from a distance on an iPhone.
Four men masturbate onto a pizza. Erect penises and ejaculation shown. This is unsimulated.
An array of bodily fluids shown throughout, including but not limited to semen, vaginal fluids, menstrual fluid, pus, diarrhoea, vomit and blood.


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


I haven’t seen such a heavy taste film for a long time. I’m used to the so-called heavy taste of fighting and killing, but I’m still shocked in front of this film.

In the final analysis, this film is nothing more than a high sounding statement that a girl’s heart has been distorted due to the suffering of family life. The film shows extreme rebellion. Longing for love and being loved, longing for a normal life, if you can’t get it, you will vent in an extreme form. When she meets a man who can really love her, she can be free from the pain from childhood. To say that Germany is really a tolerant society, any wonderful flower can grow.

The film is so new that neither Douban nor time.com can find more useful information. A person who can’t speak a foreign language is no better than an idiot at some time.

The audience who watched the film seemed not interested. The most interesting comment I saw was: the film tells the story of an unscrupulous fool who almost killed himself in order to get his parents back together…… People in the evil capitalist countries are so idle..

Even a plot I didn’t understand had no place to ask. At the end of the film, she tells her brother about a traumatic memory of childhood, which should be an important clue to reveal the psychological development of female pig feet. I didn’t understand. Does anyone understand it on the Internet?

The film has characteristics in narration. It is not a flashback film. Its narration follows the girl’s thoughts, one west, one east, one past, one present. There is no particularly clear timeline. It is a typical stream of consciousness style narrative. Tell the story completely from a subjective perspective and tell it illogically. I don’t seem to have seen this method in other films. I can’t remember which movie is like this.

Another highlight of the film is the use of music, sometimes Mozart, sometimes pop songs, sometimes electronic music, casual and relaxed, which well sets off the comedy atmosphere of the film.

What impressed me about the film is its frank attitude towards human biology. As a human being, man must have the psychological and physiological attributes of mammals. In other films, this is always manifested in social conflict and repression. But not in this film, all the girls’ desires, their curiosity about their own physiology and their attempts at human biology are frankly expressed. Nor does it see the need to be repressed or disgusted. I can’t understand what you think of all the audience who think the film is heavy, abnormal and obscene. In my opinion, this is just a healthy girl. It is because she hasn’t been interfered by too many social factors that she is lucky to be so healthy. At least compared with the Chinese who think about this character and that responsibility every day.

But is that true? I’m not sure. I don’t believe that such a natural and relaxed biological attitude can appear in us, even if she lives in Germany with more open cultural traditions and more developed materials than we do. Can people really laugh at their physical troubles without suppressing them in their hearts? Can you really give back your lust to your physical needs without cheating yourself and each other with love? Human beings can really take off their masks and abandon beauty, purity and Loyalty Those boring nonsense, and frankly say to yourself: I am a woman (man). Such a film cannot be made by any Chinese. It is also a film in Ju Dou that regards instinct as dirty and represses it into the heart. But even in Germany, I don’t believe I can face the creature like this.

In fact, in the film, the girl’s attitude towards divorced parents also puzzles me. If you think people are physiological and copulation is instinctive, why do you have such a strong reaction to their parents’ divorce? In order to bring them back together, you almost killed them. It’s so fucking bitter. It’s the routine of “mom loves me again”. Maybe I understand the idea is really wrong.

Another interesting thing is that although the film is bold and has a lot of naked scenes, it has no element of teasing sexual desire. This is naturally related to the heavy taste storyline (hemorrhoid surgery, exchanging tampons…), But the most important thing is the frank attitude towards sex and female physiology, which is unimaginable and dispels the audience’s peeping psychology. When talking about the works of Rodin and Fisher, Chen Danqing said that Fisher was very jealous of Rodin’s strong “lust”, and no matter how bold, presumptuous and lively his performance was, he could not express such pure power. “I guess Fisher’s envy is not the ‘sexuality’ itself, but the cultural context after the beginning of the ‘abstinence era’…” This is why when sex returns to the state of natural physiology, its amazing intensity after being strongly suppressed by sociality disappears.

After watching the film, I was thinking, has the post sexual desire era really come?

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