Homesex movieJeune et jolie (2013)Movie Sex & Nudity

Jeune et jolie (2013)Movie Sex & Nudity

A girl masturbates by humping a pillow.
A young woman humps an old man without moaning. She walks into the bathroom full frontal nude.
Full male frontal nudity.
A girl swims in the ocean and then removes her bikini top and lays on the beach as a young teen boy watches her through binoculars. He walks up to her and talks. Startled, she sits up and quickly puts on her top.
There are intense sex scenes throughout with a young teen girl and men of different ages.
A girl gives a man a blowjob.
A girl has sex with 8 different guys in explicit positions. Full female nudity and masturbation, sexual references included.


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


“Flower face and moon” is really good. It is restrained, subtle and accurate. It does not play with some fancy things, but also expresses important content; It’s not something to entertain you or comfort you, but it challenges people’s spirit and is constructive. It’s special. (and unlike other directors classified as new French extremism, it’s not bad that Ou Rong always presents in a pleasing way.) Film reviews, written around the heroine, can not cover the natural rich texture of the whole film, but this character is the soul of the film. Isabel is a transcendent character, which may not be easy to understand, needs enough sensitivity, or has encountered similar problems. I feel the power in it. I hope more people will realize it.


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(published on the cover of “movie world” daytime fireworks. This version contains smuggled goods. See also audio-visual analysis.) http://www.douban.com/note/332330117/ )

In recent years, the hot French film director Ou Rong, after his highly acclaimed masterpiece “coming into the house”, brought this film, which seems to many people that the theme is radical, but the expression is gentle. Of course, this is another typical ourong film. It is still inseparable from the room and beach. The body and desire are still the main elements. It also contains rich descriptions of middle-class families, human communication, death and other aspects. In this film, Ou Rong focuses on Isabel, a precocious and beautiful adolescent girl. She explores her body and desire through sexual service. Why she uses such an extreme way is always a mystery to the audience.

There are no more than two expressions of youth in films, one is idealized romantic ignorance, the other is cruel youth. And Ou Rong peeled off the romantic shell, put aside the emotional development, and peeped straight into the side of hormone overflow. Isabel grew up in a wealthy middle-class family. Although her parents divorced, she did not experience a sad childhood. Her growth seemed smooth and smooth, but her four seasons of youth was a loveless intercourse from the beginning. At the age of 17, Isabel said goodbye to her longing for romantic love.

In France, sexual morality has become very loose. Minors can easily hook up, drink and make love at parties. (in the film, two boys hold a sister and chew) Isabel makes friends with a boy on the beach. She doesn’t seem to have any special feelings for the ignorant German boy Felix, but her brother is full of expectations and tries to cooperate. The mother also supported her daughter’s making this handsome little German lover and hoped to invite him over for dinner and put him on the right track.

This is not what Isabel wants. She thought that the step-by-step love was “too stupid”, but the body’s desire was awakening and needed a sexual intercourse object to complete her exploration, so when the boy asked for a date, she readily agreed. On the first night of the play, Phyllis can be called an excellent lover. He devoted himself to completing a whole set of dating procedures – chatting, holding hands, kissing, inserting, kissing after ejaculation, touching his head, sending home and kissing goodbye. However, Isabel is always lonely and separated. She looks at herself and watches the boy lying on her body moaning happily. Her hips rise and fall. This is her first sexual experience.

Adolescent sexual impulses have different outlets. In contrast, Isabel’s best friend, an equally beautiful girl, is full of romantic fantasies about love at the age of 17. On her first night, she didn’t get what she wanted. After doing it, her boyfriend stopped talking to her, and she felt that she did not do well. She didn’t feel anything for three minutes. What she cried bitterly was the loss of romantic expectations and the failure to please her boyfriend. Adolescence is not so romantic, and the romantic heart is also very fragile. The boy you think you love deeply doesn’t know how to caress you when making love. He lifts his pants as if nothing happened and doesn’t know you’re crying alone. (1)

The first night of the two young girls was unhappy, but Isabel looked at it differently. “At least, you do it once. The first night is so unhappy.” Her youthful attitude is completely instinctive. She can do whatever she wants.

About the description of youth, Ou Rong quoted the poem “seventeen years old, we have no scruples” by French poet Rambo. Formally, he paid tribute to Godard and interviewed some real people in the film, so as to achieve a certain integration of documentary and fiction. In addition to starring, in order to capture the vulnerability and sensitivity of adolescence, Ou Rong found some students at Henry IV high school, read the poem and asked everyone to discuss it in class. (the level is very high, our universities don’t have this level.) poetry echoes first and repeats itself, just like the structure of this film, four seasons, four songs (2), a cycle of life. We are not serious at the age of 17. Youth has unlimited possibilities. If we follow the norms of the adult world, we will never find ourselves. Why not do something special? If you don’t try, how do you know what it feels like.

Beautiful women seem to be naturally endowed with the attribute of “bitch” in the patriarchal society. The stepfather explained to his wife that Isabel’s prostitution was: “your daughter is too beautiful.” One word tells a cruel truth. Even the lovely brother imperceptibly used this set of rules to examine her sister, saying that she was “like a man for sale” after making up. Isabel knows the ubiquitous pornographic gaze, but she doesn’t care. She has a very calm attitude towards her body, and she is not afraid to expose her body in front of voyeurs. Whether she ran into her naked stepfather or her stepfather broke into the bathroom, she was not the one in panic. The director always calmly shows his body and desire. His attitude seems to say that there is nothing wrong with desire. Pornographic gaze is everywhere. It is meaningless to be uneasy about it. It is better to show it in a big way. Many viewers must have fantasies about Isabel, but they should also be aware that she is not a desire object that can be easily objectified. Although she is a prostitute, you can’t do whatever you want with her.

At first, she hated sex trading, but she wanted to continue, and then she could enjoy it gradually. No one’s eyes can control the girl. No matter whether it’s the man’s possession of her imagination, the woman’s potential hostility to her, or the insult of “being a chicken one day and a bitch all her life”, she looks directly at each other’s eyes and looks coldly. Using prostitution to fulfill sexual desire, this seemingly unorthodox way, is just a choice for her to face the world. When she gradually understands her desire and gets satisfied in this process, prostitution is just an experience for her, and all the accusations lose their meaning. As in the poster, Isabel faces the man at the edge of the picture. It doesn’t matter who he is. What’s important is that she holds her head up in the center of the picture and finally puts a smile on her mouth. On the subway back home, Isabel was reading a book called les liasons dangereuse / dangerous relationship (3), which also revealed her desire to use subject experience to resist the so-called “normal” norms and moral constraints.

Isabel’s extraordinary is not simply out of rebellion, nor is it destroyed for the sake of destruction. She keenly observes the hypocrisy of life around her. She hates hypocrisy. The collapse of hypocritical morality in the adult world may also be one of the motives for her exploration. The mother looked well behaved and followed a set of loose educational strategies of modern parents. When the unexpected death of guest George brought things to the surface, she took the initiative to talk to her daughter, made a gesture of forgiving her daughter’s prostitution, impulsively beat her daughter, immediately regretted and apologized for her rudeness, but she just tried to be a mother in line with social norms, No real attempt and no ability to understand her daughter, “I’m young and make mistakes” and “I hope you are good”. This packaged authority is even more terrible than explicit prohibition. She directly defines good for you and imposes it on you. She does not deny her love for her daughter, but there is no equality between them. Isabel is disappointed with her mother because she knows that when her mother upholds this set of norms, she quietly succumbs to desire and lies behind her back. She gave her mother a chance to communicate. She admitted that she knew her mother’s private affairs and tried to build trust. She thought it was nothing, but her mother was cowardly and she flinched.

Isabel’s willingness to build her own subject is so strong that what makes her most angry is that her mother wants to donate her money to the charity to save the fallen women, which is not only the deprivation of her labor achievements, but also the complete negation of her subject’s action. Under the threat of her mother, Isabel went to psychotherapy, but she insisted on paying for counseling with the money she earned from her sexual services. In Isabel’s opinion, there is no difference between sexual service and psychological counseling. Mother said it was incredible, but the doctor (4) supported her and said she earned the money. During a consultation, Isabel had an equal dialogue with the psychologist. She revealed the pain caused by George’s death. George is one of the guests who respects her most. He is friendly and gentle. He will caress her and even serve her. The tenderness between them comes from equality, and her memory of George also comes from this. When she becomes her own master, money trading can not take away her dignity and emotion, and even establish an equal relationship between families that is difficult to achieve in sex trading.

After this conversation, Isabel’s desire blocked by George’s death seemed to be understood again. She accepted the boy’s kiss at the party and began an ordinary love affair. It’s not a return to normal life, just because she feels comfortable when she dances freely. When her little boyfriend encountered difficulties in making love, Isabel helped him with her workplace experience, and her life experience came in handy. Of course, this is a short-term love after all. The routine of hugging and kissing on the lock bridge also has a gray melancholy tone. When she saw that her little boyfriend was happy with her family, she seemed to be moving towards the stale routine she was tired of. She felt boring, so she resolutely ended the relationship. She always knows what she needs.

Finally, Isabel and George’s wife, played by Charlotte lamplin, return to room 6095. The so-called main room and junior three, who are in a competitive relationship in the patriarchal order, lie side by side on George’s dead bed and share the memory of a deceased person. The wife recalled the love myth that she had started at the age of 17 and lasted all her life. She witnessed the cracks in the myth and finally compromised. She admitted that she also wanted to try bravely. Isabel’s sexual exploration was finally understood. This scene is really moving.

Isabel played by Marion Waco is the most exciting and subjective female role I have seen in recent years. She is too low-key to explain to the world. She is very high spirited, but she ignores the constraints of the rules. She just wants to explore her desire, but she inevitably violates the normal order and moral norms of social justice. Therefore, her exploration is an existential exploration. Others are hell, but my existence can surpass others’ definition of me. Like the ending song “JE suis MOI / I am me”, which sings “first of all, I am me, I will see and feel.”

The camera is often pushed close to Isabel’s face, always with an appalling look, with some insight pain, but without hesitation. Isabel walked through the subway passage, through the elevator exit, through the hotel corridor (5), with quick and firm steps, proud and painful eyes. She respects all natural desires, satisfies herself and others; She calmly gets along with pain, feels that she can do whatever she should do, and her existence is above everything. Only then can understanding happen.

(1) I do not deny the existence of love. I believe that there are subjects in the relationship between injustice and dog blood, but it is very tortuous But my point is that in order to release this existence, we must first analyze that structure Link to an article that reveals the myth of romantic love http://movie.douban.com/review/6557524/

(2) Francoise Hardy’s songs are philosophical, poetic and basically show the theme

Summer l’amour d’un Gar ç on

Autumn À quoi ç a SERT

Winter premi è re rencantre

Spring JE suis Moi

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