A woman rides a man in a sex scene, slightly obscured. No nudity. Woman displays decolletage.


In the backroom of laundrette, man unbuttons other man’s shirt and caresses his chest. They begin kissing. Next, we see naked man on top of other man as they kiss. Man takes a swig of champagne and then gives his partner a taste with his kiss. Nudity is limited to mid chest. A third man walks in and almost catches them.


Two men are shirtless and one is cleaning the other’s chest standing at a sink. The second man playfully begins splashing the other and he reciprocates.


In a roomful of men who are mostly facing away from the bank of windows, a woman outside lifts up her sweater to show her breasts to a man who stands facing the windows. This goes on for about 20 seconds.
A man exposes his bare rear to a woman in a car.
Two men kiss a few times and display affection for each other by embracing and touching each other.


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


The pure hearts of two young men — my beautiful laundry

We know each other because we are classmates. We know each other because we are good friends. We love each other but never talk about our comradeship. We keep an appropriate distance in front of people just to avoid the cold eyes of the secular world, but we can enjoy the flame of love after people.

I am your lover, your friend and your brother. When you are in trouble, I will be the first person you notify. When I have something happy, the first person I think of will also be you. See a movie, a book, hear a sentence, a song, I can conclude that you will like it, and then write it down carefully and tell you when I see you. We speak more and more alike in tone and manner. We enjoy secret happiness in the occasionally confused eyes of others.

We will also make trouble, for your breaking your appointment or being late, for my willfulness and paranoia. But we still love each other. We miss each other when we can’t see each other.

On the street at night, we snuggled up and walked past each other. In the snowy campus, we left a pair of lingering footprints. One day you will get married, I wish you, but please don’t leave me, at least we are still friends. One day I accidentally leave, you have to cry for me, and then plant a tombstone in your heart. You will tell your children: once, there was such a good brother who spent the best time with his father.

——By Chen Zhong, the love I advocate

While watching the British gay film my beautiful laundry (also known as my lovely laundry), a love monologue written by a gay author once came to mind. This film, shot in the 1980s, is the work of the famous actor Daniel Day Lewis, which has established an international reputation, It also has important influence and significance in the history of gay film. In the 1990s, the famous co production “good things” (the more love, the more beautiful) was obviously enlightened by this film.

Omar, one of the leading actors, is a dark and handsome young man from Pakistan who lives in London. He is happy, naive, handsome and simple. Under the arrangement of his father and uncle, he manages a fast closing automatic laundry in the slum of London. Omar hired his best brother as a student, Johnny, the other hero of the film. Johnny is a handsome London boy with dazzling masculinity. The two boys work together to renovate the old laundry. People in the surrounding slums can also happily wash their dusty clothes there. The two protagonists in the film obviously have a tacit understanding and attraction to each other, and the dike defense from friendship to love was broken by Johnny one night when he kissed Omar. The laundry is revived in the light of love.

Omar’s cousin Rita smelled a dangerous smell from the intimacy between the two boys. Rita once fell in love with Omar and exposed her breasts in front of Omar in an attempt to seduce the simple boy. After meeting Johnny, she was attracted by Johnny’s handsome and handsome, and launched a frequent courtship offensive against Johnny. In the face of Rita’s hot eyes and bold and explicit confession, Johnny seemed completely unmoved.

“My beautiful laundry” is a rare film with homosexuality as the main line in the 1980s. What is particularly valuable is that in such an era when homosexuality is generally demonized, the director did not cater to the prejudice of mainstream public opinion against homosexuality, nor did he deliberately publicize the correctness of homosexual labels. On the contrary, The same-sex love we see in this work is the same as all other sexual relationships, and there is no specificity. Under the director’s lens, the two boys never seem to think about their future. They also know that their love is not allowed in this society full of violence and prejudice. Therefore, the two young men can only secretly taste the fruits of their love in the gap of hard work. They hug deeply in the small room with closed curtains and look for spiritual sustenance and comfort in each other’s bodies. Compared with Omar, Johnny’s body language reflects more traditional masculinity, but under the influence of love, we can still feel the richer and softer part hidden in his heart: when Omar dictates to him, our strong hero acts like a docile sheep. Johnny loves Omar, of course, is closely related to the bullying Omar is subjected to. The bond that connects the two young men is the scar engraved on their body and soul. This was also learned by the later “good things”. In good things, the mark of the scar becomes a code for the two boys to know each other. Similar to the laundry, the two boys in “good things” also warm each other with hugs. The reason why the boys have a deep connection is that they see a kind of truth and purity close to nature and given by nature – a trait close to and closely related to the soul.

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