There are two main occasions where complete rear and frontal male nudity is shown.
Two men lie in bed together
No sexual activity takes place on camera.


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


In the last scene, Clive came forward and wanted to close the last window. What reflected in his mind was the scene of studying in Cambridge a few years ago. He didn’t start to go together, so he waved goodbye. At the moment, the eyes show more than disappointment, because there is a permanent lack in the heart.

In contrast, the title of the film once made me enjoy it. Maybe you can say that it explained Maurice’s family background and even explained the cause of such a Maurice. From the perspective of the whole film, even if it is intended to form a contrast or echo with the back, it finally feels that the title is so irrelevant. The first half of the film is fresh and meaningful, but forbearing and restrained. The second half seems sticky and tense, but it makes people happy.

After the film, my mind still stayed in the green and beautiful time in the first half of the film, watching these proud and energetic young people shuttle through the ancient campus. In the breath of the whole body is friendship, or love that doesn’t know what to do but goes deep, which makes similar souls unable to control themselves.

Both of them were half asleep, but Clive was more prescient after all. After meeting, they are in a guiding position for their relationship. You see, he is playing the piano leisurely, but Maurice is excited. When he plays by himself, there is clearly an erotic tension in the rapid sound of the piano. Clive often takes the initiative to appear in Maurice’s room. He often speaks in a casual tone. Once he gets serious, it is Wilde’s amazing words. All this has a fatal attraction for Maurice.

Indeed, Clive is dangerous. Here, I have to say that young Hugh Grant interprets Clive’s charming and uninhibited, shy smile, flickering eyes, the mind of welcoming and refusing.

In many stories, it can be perceived that short separation is the most effective catalyst for feelings. During the second vacation, they both tasted the taste of missing. It was not enough to touch or hug each other unconsciously when reuniting. So Clive threw out his heart, which made Maurice lose her sense of propriety for a moment. Until the night, Maurice, who knew later, came in through the window, gave a kiss in response to Clive, and then hurried away. You feel a smile in your heart. At this time, I can guess that Maurice will love braver and fiercer after that.

When they were playing in the suburbs, Clive refused from time to time, or the maintenance of Plato’s love. Later, after Risley was arrested, Clive’s regret and behavior were far away, and then he married a wife and embarked on an official career. At that time, it seemed reasonable to ask many questions, and others had to sigh. Maurice is still slowly getting to know herself, hesitating to know whether to go to sleep or wake up.

But facing such fresh and exquisite English countryside, I don’t want to believe that the love between two handsome young people can only end here.

Clive grew a beard and put away some unruly after marriage. She was no longer shy in her smile. She seemed to be a more charming gentleman. I still love Maurice with restraint, longing for a few meetings every year, but also enduring the separation of spirit and flesh. I don’t feel resentful towards him, but I’m sorry, especially sorry. Clive at this time often reminds me of Jack in Brokeback Mountain. His married image is very similar to Clive at this time. Not to mention his beard and smile, even the tone of deliberately showing a sense of superiority is the same. Maybe Jake deliberately referred to his predecessor Hugh Grant when performing Jack.

I never thought that there would be such a waiter Alec who could fully know what he wants and bravely fall in love with his master’s friend. In his bitter night, he crossed the window and entered, lingering all night. Even if it’s just a night of lingering, it’s crucial for Maurice’s real self-knowledge. What’s more, it’s the prelude to the unity of soul and flesh.

Clive is not a villain, Maurice is not a saint, and Alec’s likability and success depend largely on the actor.

Recalling the green grass in the countryside, Clive once said to Maurice, “if you leave me, I will spend the rest of my life half asleep.” But he took the initiative to leave him. After knowing that he would lose him forever, he could not even sleep and wake up. Half asleep and half awake is the chaotic blank of human beings. Pretending to sleep or falling asleep may mean that you can escape a lot, but you will eventually lose a lot. When you wake up, you have to face, face the most real yourself and face the real life. Yes, this is the meaning of life. And they finally have their own choices. Some go to sleep and others wake up.

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