Homesex movieMa mère (2004) Movie Sex & Nudity

Ma mère (2004) Movie Sex & Nudity

A man and a woman engage in an explicit sex scene. They are fully naked and start making out. A brief view of the woman’s privates from behind. She also explicitly grabs his penis. Later, she is laying on her stomach with her vagina visible in between in her legs as the man continues to lick down her body. She continues to show full frontal nudity
The boy lead sifts through his recently killed father’s belongings and finds pornographic images. He masturbates with his hand and by humping the floor while he looks at the images. During the masturbation, the boy genitals are not shown. After a few minutes, he stand and urinates on the pornography and in this scene, a closeup of his penis is shown as he urinates.
In a bar scene, men sing about what their limbs do while they dance. When it comes to what happens to the penis, one man pulls down his pants and flips his penis and scrotum up and down twice using his fingers. But the scene comes and goes quickly before your realize what’s happening.
The boy lead goes to a beach. Three men come and sit near by and they strip naked. The genitals of one man are shown relatively close up and he has metal rings through his penis and scrotum. The boy then takes off his towel revealing that he is nude and his penis and scrotum are clearly shown. The boys actions imply that he is willing to join the men sexually but the boys mother shows up and the two talk.
There are erotic sex scenes on several occasions, some involving female/female actions and some sadism. But genitals are not shown is these instances. In these scenes, there is an incestual relationship between mother and son although it is not all that explicit.
There are two alternate endings to this movie, the uncensored version involves masturbation ( without telling you the entire ending). Nudity scenes throughout. Strong sex scenes.


Translated by XX www.rabudo-ru.com


Love is a struggle, and the connection of blood gives this struggle a philosophical tragic background. It seems that the liquidation of ancient Greek tragedy is still not enough. To restate the classical proposition in the modern context in my mother is just to see the bottom for no reason, the black hole of the people’s heart and the abyss of human feelings.

The existence of mother can be such ultimate embarrassment. The son will still find the mother’s body with his lips in the body of his mother’s girlfriend, and the mother will show her all to the son when caressing her girlfriend. Even with a physical intermediary, such emotion is still judged in advance and hopeless. So the son who ran out made a confused confession in the heavy rain and a hopeless confession in the song of Cyndi Lauper’s Hymn to love. The most desperate run in the film, the fate that can’t run out, and the existential loneliness when soberly recognizing the fate. On n’y peut rien.

Isabelle Hubert is the woman like ice. The woman she interprets doesn’t touch the corners of her eyes even if her heart is cracked. Her tone is always calm as if she reveals her last words. Her refusal is so cold that she freezes all the evils that the world can’t tolerate, and makes the viewer unable to judge. Like Louis garrel, a beautiful Greek teenager, who took a nap before his mother left, his chestnut curls seemed to be able to redeem any dilemma in the harsh wind in the Mediterranean sun.

The mother stabbed the knife into her body against the shoulder of her profane son.

The son publicly masturbated beside his mother’s coffin in the music of happy together.

When he was dragged up, he jumped to the coffin and shouted: Mom, I don’t want to die.


Camus’ melso smokes beside his mother’s coffin without shedding a tear, which has also become the moral and psychological basis for the secular final judgment on him, and he also recognized his love for his mother on the eve of his death.

Before his mother’s death, the son saw the problem that death can be reconciled. The film adapted from the novel of sociologist Georges Bataille once again digs an eye-catching grave for the mother child feelings outside the common sense.

In the pre human era of the Greek gods and the chaotic zone after death, such feelings can be tolerated and exist.

Oedipus dug out his eyes and exiled himself.

The mother destroyed herself and released her son’s orgasm.

The same kind of emotion has the same goal under the condition of unconsciousness and consciousness.

As Heidegger and Camus convey, death is the ultimate philosophical problem.

Lolita has become a popular symbol, and how many of them pursue the spectator mentality.

When Cannes in my mother is withdrawn, how many taboo bottom line guard attitudes are there.

How many complexes can we desecrate.

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