Homesex movieIt (2017) Movie Sex & Nudity

It (2017) Movie Sex & Nudity

Five young boys (12-13) and a girl are seen in their underwear in an extended scene. The boys end up staring at the girls body as she sunbathes. The are in the hat is essentially bathing suits to swim.
Multiple sexual jokes made by Richie. Nothing too explicit, it’s mainly your mum jokes and things of that standard
No nudity at all
2 kids kiss


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


When Stephen King published it in 1986, he described the novel as the sum of his current life. This novel, which took four years to refine and has thousands of pages, is about Deli, a fictional city in Maine. It hides a man eating monster that can only change its appearance freely. It covets children’s meat and brings disaster to deli every 27 years. In 1958, children in the city were killed one after another. The seven children in the protagonist’s line noticed the difference, decided to fight it to the death and hit it hard. They agreed that if it made a comeback one day, the “waste wood alliance” would return to its hometown again, hand blade monster. In 1985, it woke up from a deep sleep. Seven grown-up children also forgot and woke up. They must face their childhood nightmares again.

Although it can change in a thousand years


The novel’s adapted film “the return of the clown” was released this year, with the same translation name as the film and television version 27 years ago. Of course, this is a clear topic. But the clown pennyworth is only one of the many features of “it”. We also see in the film that it will read our hearts and turn into our greatest fear to capture us. You are what you eat is absolutely true. Because its food determines its shape.

In the movie version, its different shapes are slightly different from the novel. After all, in order to increase the audience’s sense of substitution, the latest film version set the protagonist’s childhood in the 1980s, so it had to abandon the outdated monster modeling. In the novel, it has incarnated mu Naiyin, werewolf, giant bird, Frankenstein, Vampire… Listed all the way, which inevitably has a sense of Halloween. In fact, more serious horror films tend to focus on individual monsters. Two monsters are easy to turn to banter and experiment. More than two (if still reasonable) are usually to achieve greater discourse, such as cabin in the wood. Another situation prone to monster carnival is children’s film. “Night before Christmas” and the classic animation “mad Monster Party” directed by Jules bass in 1967 This is an example.

In the novel, its shape can be said to be an alternative catalogue of American culture in the 1950s. For example, the werewolf was born from the 1957 film I was a teenage werewolf. The giant bird is based on the 1957 film the Giant Claw (which itself is also influenced by the giant toothless pterosaur in the Godzilla Series). The creation from the Black Lagoon in 1954 and tarantula in 1955 are also one of the monster archetypes. One of the most striking new monsters in the 2017 edition must be the woman who plays the flute in the painting. The woman’s face in the painting combines the styles of Italian painters Amedeo Modigliani and ITO runer (it can be seen that Japan is still one of the major exporting countries of terrorist culture since the 1950s). It also introduces the director Andy muschietti’s previous work Mama into Stephen King’s universe.

Then why is it most often shown as a clown? Because its favorite dish is children, and the shape of clowns makes it easier for children to put down their hearts. It is also worth mentioning that one of the most notorious serial killers in the history of the United States appeared in the 1970s: John Wayne Gacy. Over the past six years, he sexually assaulted and murdered a large number of teenagers and was eventually charged with 33 counts of murder. Because he participated in the clown club in the local community, he often appeared in local parties and charity activities in the shape of a clown, and was given the nickname of “the killer clown” by the public. Gacy was executed in prison in 1994, which means that Gacy was still alive when it was written. Even though king has never directly admitted that it is based on Gacy, it undoubtedly casts a deeper shadow on the work. Coincidentally, Gacy once revealed that he liked to dress up as a clown because it made him feel “back to childhood”. This is one of the important themes in it and even in Kim’s writing.

Who did you spend your childhood with

Childhood is very important in Stephen King’s novel world. Children occupy an important position in works such as hearts in Atlantis, firestarter, the shining and pet cemetery. This is why when he wants to write a “comprehensive” work, he will write the growth story that took place in a summer. It is not only that, but also as a part of adults’re experience and thinking about childhood, because the value of childhood can be best reflected in memories. Kim was fascinated by the brilliance of his childhood senses and his (supposed) freedom from evil.

The closest thing to it must be his first work, Carrie. “Witch Carrie” tells of an introverted girl who grew up in an autocratic and pious family. When she was growing up in adolescence, she found that she had magic. After being bullied, she finally retaliated against the world around her with this ability.

One of the commonalities between Carrie and it is that the protagonists are “losers” on the edge of society. They are not dazzling elites and fans, and are even marked by obvious shortcomings. The seven children in it can squeeze into the “waste wood alliance” with their own advantages: William stutters, Richard has four eyes, Eddie is weak, Ben is fat, Michael is black, Stanley is Jewish and Beverly is a woman. Yes, in it, women are also an original sin: “a daughter needs discipline more than a son. He has no son, and Beverly vaguely thinks it’s her fault.” And they were all sniped and bullied by the same group of bad elements in the city.

In addition, children or adolescents have also become the main factors inducing supernatural events. Why does it love child meat? Stories with cannibalism in general focus on the freshness of children’s meat, or can recover the effect of youth. But it has another experience: “adults have adult fear, and the endocrine can also be opened and extracted, so that the chemical components of fear can permeate the whole body and flavor the meat. However, adult fear is often too complex, and children’s fear is relatively simple and usually more powerful.” It’s all about imagination and belief: “children are not only good at killing themselves, but also good at accepting people and things that are difficult to explain. They subconsciously believe in the existence of the invisible world.” “Food may be the source of life, but the source of strength is faith. When it comes to faith, who can compare with children?” So King explained the death of the protagonist’s brother George in this way: “if he was ten years older, he would not believe what he saw. But he was only six, not sixteen.”

Another close thing is that they all highlight the opposition between children and adults. Their parents should be either lack of awareness, neglect, excessive doting and diligent in control. In King’s novel world, adults are often corrupt and indifferent. They can’t help the pain experienced by children, and sometimes they are more active in aggravating it. The best example is that when it intimidates the child with an illusion, the parents completely turn a blind eye to the enchanted picture the child sees. Kim didn’t clearly explain whether they didn’t want to see or couldn’t see, but in short, it’s not an adult problem. Even when children face the challenge of life and death, they rarely consider appealing to adults.

For example, when Beverly’s bathroom was dyed red by the blood gushing from the drain pipe of the wash basin, her father’s indifference made Beverly turn to children of her age to confirm that they could see the blood and were willing to clean it up with Beverly. There is a scene in the novel that is not in the movie version. When they cleaned the bathroom, their blood stained their clothes, so they went to the laundromat to wash the blood off their bodies. Because the operation of machinery involves certain skills and risks, laundry is usually not a household chore shared by children. Children are always asked to “Disarm” and let their mother monitor your daily activities through clues on their clothes. Washing clothes behind their parents is inevitably associated with shame, because under what circumstances do children usually do this? The most common is to hide the traces of spermatorrhea and menstrual blood. In the movie version, the director deliberately inserted the picture of Beverly buying sanitary napkins in the pharmacy. A whole wall of sanitary napkins was very pressing, and Beverly looked at a loss. The director interprets the blood in Beverly’s bathroom as the fear of menstrual blood of adolescent girls. This is a fairly accurate judgment. The story of “witch Carrie” begins with the heroine’s menstrual blood. Ignorant, she doesn’t know what menstruation is. She sees blood between her legs in the school shower and thinks she is in danger. She rushes, collapses and screams.

Youth is a cruel book

Sex and gender are a major theme of the horror type, and Stephen King’s efforts to deal with this element are very obvious. The adolescent body always has a sense of terror, because the familiar body suddenly becomes strange, the voice changes, somewhere swollen, and the hair grows – so children are so frightened in the face of the deformed and swollen clown, and they realize that they can’t stop themselves from becoming another person. And you know, this fear is not just physical. The end of growth is to become your parents, a boring adult and an accomplice in the world. Like Michael in the movie, maturity is holding a gun calmly and executing the livestock in front of him without hesitation.

It is so aware of the anxiety of losing childlike innocence that it says, “you will also float.” (You will float too.) For solicitation. Stephen King mentioned many fairy tales in his novel, emphasizing the aspect of rite of passage in the story. Among them, “little flying man” is mentioned the most. A boy who knows how to fly will not grow up. Landing is compromise, is to accept the laws of this world. (Calvino’s Baron in the tree will nod yes.) So its suggestion is that you will float, and you can not grow up. Of course, this charm is also rapidly disintegrated, because children immediately understand that there is only one way to end the process of growth, that is death.

The monster harassing the sewer in Germany can also be understood as the undercurrent of puberty endocrine. The 27 year cycle is a little flexible in the book, maybe 25 or 28, which inevitably reminds people of the menstrual cycle. Although the unit changed from month to year. Another interpretation is that this is the return of Saturn in Astrology – a routine karmic attack that sets off a major test. The original novel connects its origin with the science fiction level of cosmic stars, but the film adaptation does not deal with this aspect, so it is not redundant here.

The city is our house, and the hidden sewer also has the meaning of cellar. Gaston Bachelard’s poems of space describes the cellar as follows: “in fact, he is mainly the dark part of the house. In the house, it shares the power hidden underground. When we dream in the cellar, we echo and coordinate with the irrationality of the abyss.” Sewers belong to the cheap objects (urine, feces, insects, bacteria and rancid) of the whole city. See the linguistic work metaphors we live by, which can be more clearly explained by the up-down spatial metaphors studied by William Nagy. We will say “get out of bed”, hypnotic state “under”, good “get up”, disease “fall”, high “still,” low “inferior… Because it is always horizontal, and the solid ground is the field of subconscious, secular and the dead.

The sudden emergence of physical desire is so irrational that children feel uneasy. Sometimes it also takes an aggressive attitude. For example, the leper tramp Eddie meets in the novel keeps offering him invitations to trade sex, while Beverly listens to her parents’ voices in the bedroom: “want to hear if my mother screams.”. There is no plot of Beverly being sexually assaulted by her father in the book, which may not be as cruel as the film. But on the whole, the description of youth dryness in the film version is still relatively mild, even worse than the old version in 1990. The old version of the sexual symbol is quite blatant. For example, when Eddie encountered it in the school shower, we saw the strip shower around him grow and stretch, chasing Eddie’s thin body and spraying mercilessly. Then it squeezed out at the very narrow canal mouth, said “so narrow” and “make adjustments” in a teasing tone, and made fun of Eddie’s “sissy”.

In the new version of the film, a group of boys have sweet eyes on the woman’s body, which seems to be very funny. Like “some girls we chased in those years”. Such pure love, will the interpretation of sex be the reader’s wrong intention? Stephen King’s version is the oldest, but it also makes you unable to pass the buck. After the duel with monsters in the 1950s, the protagonist and his party were lost in the underground waterway. They secretly knew that in order to remove the net set for children, they must lose some innocence and grow up in their own way. Beverly made a request to have sex with them one by one. In the filthy sewer, they deliver wholeheartedly and independently, recapture the sex that is stigmatized and makes people suppress fear. Of course, they are not adults. This paragraph of children’s group sex is written in detail and explicit, which has aroused countless disputes over the years. Due to scale considerations, the film is only replaced by the blood palm covenant, allowing them to exchange another body fluid. Then we finally understand why Eddie rewrites loser into lover on the plaster. What binds them together is not their shortcomings, but their love.

Have to be incarnate

Yes, Stephen King is so extreme. Love is not only promised by heart, but also practiced. In his novel, King explains his view of haunting: “Ghost: there are often ghosts or ghosts haunting. / unforgettable: constantly emerging in the heart, it is difficult to forget. / haunt: often appear or reappear, especially ghosts. It also refers to places that are often visited. / there is another definition: places where animals hunt.” This speech summed up how Stephen King understood terror.

So it’s important for Kim to materialize fear: “it doesn’t disappear slowly like a ghost in a movie, but it disappears in the blink of an eye, but Eddie hears a bang, much like the opening of a bottle of champagne, which proves that it does exist. It’s a loud noise made by the air filling the space it leaves.” Moreover, it is not only physical, but also primitive animal: “the feeling in gloves is not hands, but animal claws.” Even the monster in Jin’s other long masterpiece, magic island, is the ultimate killer. Is it really that scary to be bitten? There are too many things in the world that are thousands of times more terrible than being bitten. You can only accept that this is a very Stephen King’s way of expression.

In the new version of the film, it has obviously more teeth than the old version, and the scene of biting is also painted. In addition to the progress of stunt makeup technology, this is also the evolution of Western strange physics

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