Homesex movieRush (I) (2013) Movie Sex & Nudity

Rush (I) (2013) Movie Sex & Nudity

This movie contains a couple of sex scenes and brief sexualized nudity.
Early in the movie, a man and a woman have sex in the shower and then go to bed. Her breast is visible in the shower and then their butts can be seen as they walk to bed. Both scenes are brief.
A man and a woman have sex in an airplane. It is clear that she is topless but nothing is discernible. Hunt distinctively thrusts into the woman and stares at himself in the mirror.
Midway through, a married couple swim naked and there are underwater shots of bare breasts that last several seconds. No male nudity.
This movie features a very brief montage with flashes of nudity that are barely discernible.
There is some occasional sexual dialogue; the “F” word is used once in a sexual context by a minor character.


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


James Hunt, born on August 29, 1947, Surrey, England, Virgo, tall, blonde and wealthy. Daring, fast, reckless, disobeying command, no team concept at all. Former FIA president Max Mosley called him “hunt the shutdown”, which means that no one can see him without a headache, and everyone can do nothing to see him. His own motto is “sex, breakfast of Champions” 。 It is said that more than 5000 women have slept, including 33 stewardess. 33 is his house number at the Hilton Hotel in Tokyo in 1976. It is also a resort where he received 33 different Ba stewardess in less than two weeks. According to Alastair Caldwell, his team manager, hunt would wear shorts, barefoot, open the door, warmly greet every arriving stewardess, and join the never-ending party upstairs. He would be a beautiful woman, singing and dancing, singing and dying. Exhausted, he died of heart failure on June 15, 1993, aged 45 and 10 months. His lifestyle is comparable to that of his compatriot George Best. George once had a famous and concise saying: “I spend a lot of money on boost, birds and fast cars. The rest I just squandered.”.

Niki Lauda, born on February 22, 1949 in Vienna, Austria, Aquarius Pisces, famous family. Grandpa was a famous entrepreneur at that time. Love racing since childhood, regardless of other people’s opposition, borrow money from the bank to buy sponsorship to join the F2 team. At the beginning of his racing career, he put all his eggs in one basket, was down and out, and even his family was in court. It was not until 1975 that he won his first world champion Toujie for Ferrari that his career was on track. Compared with Hunt’s enthusiasm for women, Lauda seems to be more loyal to the car. He once casually sent any trophy he won to the local car repair shop in exchange for making his car cleaner and more perfect. Recently, Lauda published another interesting story. A TV station in the United States sent a beautiful reporter to interview him, especially at the track where he had an accident in 1976: Nurburgring, Germany. The beautiful reporter deliberately took him to the corner of the fire and wanted to try his tear inducing technology to remind the old man of his unbearable experience. Who knows, Lauda, who is in her 60s, suddenly said: look, my ears are still there! The beautiful reporter was so frightened that she turned pale and cried that the interview program had to be interrupted. In fact, it was a biscuit that Lauda had deliberately left in the haystack.

These two people, one is a rock star sex expert, the other is a one-sided wind geek. The former continued to live and die after winning a world Formula One Championship. The latter is a three time world champion. After retiring in 1985, he has been active in the front line of formula one. He has published 5 books, basically technical reference books. At present, he is the non executive chairman of Mercedes Benz team.

The contrast between these two individuals is the focus of the film. Hunt pursues a variety of ways of existence, fragments and fleeting happiness. The purpose of Lauda’s pursuit of existence is unique, clear, eternal and a challenge to the limit. In the film, there is a dialogue between Lauda and his wife during their honeymoon, which has a profound meaning. When he first experienced the true happiness of life, he suddenly felt lost. His wife asked him why. He explained that he was afraid that such a happy life would make him seem to lose the power of racing. In the film, the subtitles translated “GL ü CK” said by Lauda into “happiness”. But in fact, the original meaning of German “GL ü CK” represents not fleeting happiness, but a kind of comfort and happiness beyond eternity. He suggested that even eternal happiness would upset Lauda. Because such existence disturbed his original clear purpose of existence: racing. The script enlarges the contrast of the role with the smallest detail when it is as close to the reality as possible, so that the audience, even those who do not understand racing, can wholeheartedly integrate into the role.

Although the film is suspected of portraying hunt as a genius and turning Lauda into a jealous person, such as the fact that Lauda has been a world champion, it has more time to highlight Lauda’s dissatisfaction and resentment against hunt, which hunt dismisses. In fact, hunt also made some extreme remarks about Lauda. It is often said to the media that what Lauda says is basically “expected garbage” In fact, Hunt’s driving style is at best Hamilton today. Stepping on the accelerator recklessly will not protect the tires. The speed is unstable. If Lauda didn’t burn out, he wouldn’t have a chance at all. But as a commercial film that wants to sell, such a screenwriter is understandable. It is too objective and often disappoints the audience.

The second aspect is called “basic feeling” by some people as usual. I think it’s really inferior to describe the feelings between competitors at this level with “basic feelings”.

In fact, people who know Formula One racing understand that this industry is a game for lonely people, and there is no friendship. Vettel and Webber are the most typical examples. Kimi was going to Ferrari, and Alonso immediately frowned. Car king Schumacher once said that “everyone hates me because they fear me”. Lauda’s relationship with hunt transcends these hostility, fear, hatred and jealousy. BBC 2 launched a one hour documentary entitled hunt vs Lauda: F1 greatest racing risks on the evening of July 13 this year. Lauda’s interview was also excerpted. He said: “we take care of each other from heart.” We take care of each other mentally. In other interviews, He also mentioned: “I have never admired a few people in my life, and hunt is one of them. Howard’s film shows us the friendship of our opponents in 123 minutes with wonderful dialogue and traditional promotion methods. Like Qian Zhongshu’s comment: the formation of real friendship is not due to the intentional solicitation of both sides, with some accidents and some unknowns. There is a hidden one at the bottom of consciousness The seed of friendship, eh! It’s him! A pleasure that permeates the body and mind. This kind of friendship is described by the rotten word XX, which seems vulgar and inferior.

Finally, the actor’s performance is also a must see. Chris Hemsworth hammer brother’s image is difficult for me to span to sex masters. The large area of biceps brachii is obviously not suitable for light and fuel-efficient racing. Fortunately, his golden oily hair and small curved eyes are somewhat similar to hunt. His performance was surprisingly smooth. His smiling little eyes full of provocation had a somewhat shameless and frank taste of hunt.

If Chris Hemsworth’s performance is surprising, it should be Daniel br ü HL’s performance. His appearance, including his makeup after burns, his eyes, his voice, tone of voice, and even the pause time (if you have seen Lauda’s interview, you will find that he has a unique pause rule when speaking English) are almost as good as Lauda. I believe he must have invested a lot of time to imitate, experience and practice, so that he can have such amazing similarity. Taking an Oscar is an injustice to such a performance.

To sum up: it is a good film worth watching for fans. There may be subjective bias for car fans, but revisiting the old race is still unbeatable. For car fans and movie fans, this may be the best feature film of 2013. The prototype of the story, the adaptation of the script and the performance of the actors will be more prominent in the bleak 2013 film year. As for whether to remove the word “may” or not, we still have to see a new film in the next three months.

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