Ruth’s nude breasts and pubic hair are visible as she lies on the bed asleep.
A woman asks a man whether he prefers her personality or her breasts.
A woman is in a car’s back seat with her top pulled up to her neck. Her bra is visible.
A woman is laying down on a sofa with nothing but a bra on her upper body. She is however wearing pants.


A man says he likes a woman’s breasts and that she can’t stop him from having sexual fantasies about her. They proceed to discuss a recent sexual encounter between the two.
Yvonne discusses her sex life with PJ and then performs oral sex on him (no nudity).
In a flashback Yvonne has sex with Robbie (no nudity).


After burning her sari, Ruth shows full frontal nudity to PJ and then urinates down her legs, before kissing PJ. They are then shown having sex (PJ displays full rear nudity). She asks him not to ejaculate inside her, but he ignores her. The next morning, PJ’s rear and Ruth’s breasts are shown as they are awoken by cars arriving outside.
Ruth and another girl passionately kiss at a club. Shortly afterwards, PJ finds her outside with two guys; they’re groping Ruth and her knickers have been pulled down (no nudity).
Ruth instructs PJ to remove her knickers and perform oral sex on her (no nudity).
Ruth applies lipstick on PJ and then gets him to wear a dress.


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


A girl Ruth (Kate Winslet) from Australia travels in India and is attracted by some mysterious force. There seems to be a perfect world. There is no evil, no sadness, no hatred, only beauty. She chose to stay and follow the master without hesitation.

Is there really perfection in the world? When something, whether spiritual or material, is depicted as the other extreme, we need to be careful. From a systematic point of view, things always have both yin and Yang, and are always moving, that is, there is Yang in Yin, there is Yin in Yang, and there will be continuous transformation between yin and Yang.

An extremely beautiful world may be an illusion. This is precisely a trick of cults or psychological pyramid schemes, which makes people who have no ability to distinguish or face desperate situations fall into it and are willing to hand over their soul to others to dominate.

Ruth’s choice made her mother in Australia very anxious. She hired a high salary spiritual assistant tutor, waters, to bring her daughter back to reality from the cult. It is said that the counselor almost never misses. The parents set up a plan. On the grounds that his father was seriously ill, the mother went to India and brought her daughter back.

It seems that Ruth is not too deep into the play. At least she still thinks of her parents. Otherwise, she will never give in unless she is tied back.

The first strategy of the spiritual assistant Walters is to isolate her. An independent hut in the wilderness was the place where the two of them lived for three days. Cut off all contact with the outside world and only arrange the spiritual assistant tutor to be alone with Ruth.

Ruth was hostile to such an arrangement. The extremely holy place in her heart forms a great contrast with the environment of real life. Friends promiscuous, drug abuse, father cheating, the past self willingly sink, life has no purpose and no fun, of course, she doesn’t want to go back to that bad reality.

Ruth refused to communicate with the counselor. She seemed invulnerable. Preaching is totally useless, even if it shows the facts, such as how they treat baby girls. When they find that they are born a girl, they rush directly into the sewer, and Ruth believes that this is frank and true, and she is willing to express her hatred for women.

The counselor begins the second step strategy, which is to discard all things related to her faith, including books, shawls and so on. The most profound thing is to peel off the pilgrimage white Sari she was wearing and hang it on a tree. This made Ruth angry, but there seemed to be something she couldn’t do.

Waters took his third step when she was isolated and began to be confused about her past. Take Ruth home and watch a documentary about cults with her family. On the one hand, let her look at what she believes from another perspective. In addition to the beautiful side you see, there is actually an ugly side. On the other hand, let her get support and love from her family.

Is the world we see real? Our world is built by ourselves. When we regard the world depicted by the cult as real, we prefer to stay in such a world, because human nature pursues love and goodness, and the cult constructs such a world, even if we may sacrifice our lives for it.

The world we build is only what we think. Because of our own limitations, we can’t see the whole world. This is the effect of Ruth after watching the video in the film. It was a subversive change. In fact, it destroyed the world persistently constructed in the past. At that moment, Ruth collapsed.

What follows is unrestrained indulgence without a bottom line. She was invited to a party by her friends. At the party, she drank and reveled. There was no boundary. She let strange men run wild on her, and she was completely in a crazy state.

That night, Ruth’s internal system collapsed and her confusion disturbed waters as a therapist. He broke through his own boundaries and had sex with her. After the ups and downs, when the sun rose as usual, Ruth seemed to return to reason. She lit the white sari, a symbol of her pure faith, and began to burn in the wind. This burning image seems to be trying to destroy what she insists on inside.

Ruth has a projection in her heart. All men are unreliable and not sincere to her. They are just attracted by her beauty and just want to possess her physically. Although the spiritual counselor vowed that not all men have desires for her, what waters did later did indeed complete this projective identity.

When Ruth kept tempting waters, he was caught. In psychotherapy, pornographic empathy does occur, or the patient will seduce the therapist in various ways. At the subconscious level, it is to complete such projective identity. If the therapist really thinks the patient is in love with himself, it is only wishful thinking in a specific situation.

The therapist is also a human being and has seven emotions and six desires. If the therapist establishes relationships other than the consultation relationship with the patient, such as sexual relationship, lover relationship and friend relationship, the treatment must fail, because the therapist is depriving the patient of some rights.

When the therapist is aware of his anti transference, he will make the right choice: when he can’t hold, he will choose to refer to avoid the repetition of the real relationship between the patient and the opposite sex in the treatment room.

As shown in the film, there is a sexual relationship between the therapist and the patient. When the therapist and the patient cross the boundary, regardless of ethics, at the relationship level, it is destructive to both the patient and the therapist: for the therapist, this destruction is the end of his career; For the patient, she was actually used.

After having a relationship with Ruth, waters was completely out of control. He seemed to be controlled by lust and showed a psychotic state. He lost his self-organization system. No matter how Ruth teased him or insulted him, he just begged Ruth not to leave him and even asked to marry him. At that time, he was still a married man.

When the internal system of two people is destroyed and the new system has not been constructed, in addition to the sexual relationship between animals, it is difficult for two people to have a part of love, which is also where Ruth is confused. When waters and Ruth first had sex, Ruth asked if there was love between them? Waters said you had an orgasm, too. Is there love when there is orgasm? This is obviously a paradox.

The story of the film design itself is deeply awake. The lonely men and women in the same room, one sexy like fire, the other unclear boundary, and the role of hormones will certainly make some great changes for the two people. When waters describes his experience, it is not difficult to see that his attitude towards emotion is also vacillating. He allows his wife to have extramarital sex and he also has extramarital sex. This incomplete relationship model leads to the inability to grasp the boundary between him and Ruth.

Of course, the final turning point was unexpected. At the end of the film, after both of them were out of control, the painting style changed, and both of them were finally cured in the relationship of love: Ruth helped her mother leave her cheating father, returned to India, started her real work of helping others, and participated in the work of saving animals as a member of an animal protection organization; Waters was taken home by his wife and later raised a child. Under the care of family love, he returned to normal.

Ruth is with waters, from heaven to region, and finally returned to the world. Love is a magical existence. There may be love in a beautiful heaven, but that nothingness doesn’t seem to nourish us. Only from the relationship between the people around us can we experience true love. Empty practice, it seems that we can’t find this real love.

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