Husband and wife are shown sleeping together twice with sex implied but only bare-chested male nudity. His marital infidelity is implied. She then is infected by a venereal disease from him as a result, and she severs sexual relations with him.


Married woman and her lover are shown during mid-sexual intercourse, man on top of the woman, when he tells her she cannot move and she responds she finds it excruciating. Nudity includes hairy-chested male and glimpse of her bare breasts.


There are African women shown bare-breasted, more than once, non sexual. No African men are shown nude beyond bare chests.


Married woman and single man are implied to have sex in several scenes: once at night on safari in her tent, and several times in her bedroom at home, without nudity. Once they are seen to passionately kiss and undress each other. This love affair began after she and her husband had informally separated.

It’s implied that Bror is unfaithful, multiple times and gets VD.


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


Out of Africa is based on the personal experience of the author Karen (pseudonym Isaac Dansen). Her own experience is more tortuous than that in the film. The humiliating and embarrassing illness infected by her husband tortured her all her life. After many years, when Karen finally took up the pen to describe the past, how much courage should she muster to mention the pen? Can we peel off those days layer by layer, the happiest and saddest, the most passionate and the most disappointed? The beauty of the film and the sadness of the author Karen’s own legendary experience make it impossible for me to write what I really mean. Yes, tasting beauty is a kind of enjoyment, but tasting tragedy is a kind of deep sadness. The original English novel of out of Africa is lying on my bookshelf. When can I calmly read Karen’s original? See if Karen, who has experienced ups and downs in her life and can’t stop, can recall her eternal love for Africa with calm strokes and still warm and philosophical attitude?

The deepest love and the most painful pain, after years of famine, often put on a calm coat. The narration and the director’s deliberate insipidity and avoidance of the important make the film more precipitation and meaningful. We can see Karen’s ups and downs in her best youth in the calm and calm narration. Successfully completed the marriage transaction, went to Africa, tried to love the cold, rational and romantic husband, tried his best to take care of the coffee estate, treated the indigenous people well, and naively wanted to change the original traces of Africa. At the beginning, Africa was a place where Karen began her dream. There was everything she wanted. Africa at that time was a dream to frighten her soul.

This woman, incomparably tough, incomparably strong, and incomparably warm, her heart is more open-minded and broader than men. She traveled hundreds of miles to send materials to the men in the war of resistance against Japan at the risk of various unknown risks such as the presence of wild animals and the attack of aborigines; Before leaving, in order to protect the people’s homes, he knelt deeply before the governor’s persistent request and. This heart can only be understood by Dennis’s equally free, vast and transparent heart.

The emergence of Dennis lit up Karen’s world of love. This man born for freedom and nature also loves Africa in a deep way. His love is not change. He knows that he can’t do anything about this mysterious land. The only thing he can and is willing to do enthusiastically is, Enjoy the scenery of this mysterious land with his relatively short life. Man is a grain of sand in front of civilization, under the boundless sky and on the earth. Dennis said: “don’t try to change it. For Africa, we are a passer-by.” Dennis’s love for Africa is reverent love, far love, and enough love for far appreciation. Karen’s love for Africa is a persistent love, a love full of emotion, a love that wants to be assimilated and penetrated desperately, and a love that is devoted to emotion and eager to return. At the same time, they are loving each other in the way of loving Africa. Their love is the love of the soul. They look back and find the other half among thousands of people.

On the land of Africa, Karen once realized her dream. She won the rights of Kikuyu people. She won the respect of the local white mainstream circle. She won the respect and love of Kikuyu people. She also lost Dennis, the freedom to give up her nature and the man who accompanied her. In the end, she had to leave. I can’t imagine when Karen left, How reluctant she was to give up. She loved Africa, told her how to love other places, loved Dennis, and told her how to love other men. More than ten years of African years carry a lifetime of joy, joy, sadness and sadness.

Dennis, you use your eyes to understand the world eagerly. I use my imaginary soul. When you’re gone, I’m no longer Karen, I’m Karen Dennis. Never remind me of the night before you left. What you said is that I changed you. Are you willing to stay for me? Dennis? I thought I could be close to happiness, but it was a little worse, only a little worse

Since then, he has no intention to love Liang night and let him go down the West Building under the bright moon. It is said that when the sun sets, the author Karen will climb up her attic alone and meditate and look at Africa, the place of dream and love The setting sun shines on her slightly white hair, and the breeze gently shakes her skirt. Has that experienced face been calm and indifferent?

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