There is one instance of full frontal nudity as the camera pans slowly down and up a man’s body in close-up, genitals are briefly but graphically visible.
In the opening scene, a man and a woman kiss very passionately.
A man and a woman who work together kiss in a couple of scenes and it is implied that they have been sexually involved before.
A man and a woman are sitting on a couch when they suddenly embrace, and he runs his hand down her body and up her thigh, but she pushes it away. She then pulls up his shirt, undoes his belt, unzips his pants and kisses his stomach. Her mouth travels down his body before the camera immediately cuts away to a close-up of the man’s face. His deep, uneven breathing indicates that he is receiving oral sex from the woman. Nothing below the waist is shown in this scene, however it is very sexually intense.
A woman leads a man to her bed and the two kiss briefly but very passionately. They are fully clothed.


Any other kisses shared by the main couple in the film are very light.
A woman declares to her love interest that she isn’t “cheap.”
A woman puts her hand on a man’s crotch and asks him to “fuck [her].” He immediately refuses.
Early on in the film, a male hostage has his hands tied behind his back and asks a soldier for assistance when peeing in the woods. Nothing is shown below the waist, though you can hear a zipper opening and closing, as well as the sound of urination. The reactions of both characters and awkward moment are played for humor.
Silhouettes on a window curtain show a man and a woman about to make love, and later the same woman undressing. A silhouette on a different window curtain (belonging to a brothel) shows a man and a woman in the middle of making love.
Aside from the one scene of full frontal nudity and another scene in which a man receives oral sex, the movie actually contains no sex and very little nudity (there are a couple of instances in which we see a man with his shirt off, but that’s it). Regardless, a strong sexual undertone remains and the film also touches on some very controversial topics, especially within the second half where, without giving too much away, one particular topic regarding love and sexuality becomes a major theme in the story.
A man makes inappropriate comments about the main character’s significant other, going so far as to call her a “tart.” The main character takes offense at this.
The main character is asked about his love interest’s performance in bed, to which he replies, “Definitely unusual.” (By this point in the film, the audience is clued in to the fact that this is actually more of a reference to a major turning point in the plot than the love interest’s sexual capabilities.)
Several implications that a woman prefers younger men.


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


The crying game was launched against the background of the Irish Republican Army’s struggle for the return of Northern Ireland. The male protagonists Fergus and Jude were radical elements of the Irish Republican Army, who kidnapped Judy, a black soldier stationed in Northern Ireland at that time. In the process of Fergus guarding Judy, they talked with each other and almost became friends. Meanwhile, Judy and Fergus tell the story of frog and scorpion throughout the film, which also leads to the theme of studying nature.

Some people say that there is a disconnect between the front and back of the film, the revolution is completely covered up by love in the second half, and the inappropriate details of the plot make the theme not clear enough. But in my opinion, through this complex social background, the director highlights the theme of human nature and shows his superb artistic level. The film only shows people’s helplessness and helplessness in the confused modern society and people’s eager hope for peace through this specific environment. Politics and military were tense and serious at the beginning, but later they were only taken lightly, and more elaborated on the confrontation of human nature and homosexuality.

In the film, the excellent acting skills of several main actors have deeply revealed the inner world of the characters and made the theme of the film better expressed.

The hero Fergus is a clue character throughout the film. He can become friends with his enemies and even take care of his lover in the end. Does Fergus love DIL? Unable to prove, perhaps as he said, it is out of nature. But what he did was so moving that in the end he almost lived for DIL, and DIL’s life safety became everything. Even though there was a disagreement about DIL’s gender and tried to leave him, I couldn’t help going to the bar to see him in the end. Fergus’s behavior towards DIL makes it difficult to understand what his motivation is. Did he become a homosexual and fall in love with DIL? Otherwise, why did he protect DIL so desperately? Why did he go to jail for him? If it is not because Fergus really fell in love with DIL, the answer can only be nature. It is human nature that guides his destiny.

For the role of DIL in the film, I have to say that he is a person who dares to love and hate and is willing to give everything for love. Everyone around DIL can readily accept that DIL is a man, but Fergus can’t really accept him. But DIL’s love for Fergus is undeniable. A long hair is cut for the king, which shows the audience the truth that he is willing to give everything for his lover, even if he changes. Even though Fergus panicked and felt a sense of distance from him after knowing the truth, DIL firmly believed that Fergus also loved him and wanted to get more love from him by cutting his hair. The image of homosexuals depicted by the director subverts the state of homosexual groups discriminated by the world and excluded by the society in the traditional concept, but focuses on the theme from the heart of homosexuals and the helplessness of people in modern society. Through the subtle changes in the relationship between Fergus and DIL, the film promotes the exploration of the theme, reflects the story of frog and scorpion, and rises to a field not covered by general gay films.

The portrayal of other characters in the film is also vivid. Black soldier Judy and activist Jude show people’s tired of violence and assassination and hatred of terrorism from one side. Through the actions of the protagonists, they express their pursuit of human nature and self, and their desire for peace.

Jude, the only female character in the film, is like a man from beginning to end, full of ambition and engaged in the cause of terrorism, completely covering up her female characteristics. DIL is like a woman. It exudes feminine charm everywhere. Maybe that’s why Jude, a real woman, can’t arouse Fergus’s interest. Instead, DIL makes Fergus miss her.

At the end of the film, Fergus was jailed on behalf of the crime, and DIL began a long wait. Seeing here, we have reason to believe that Fergus still loves DIL. Some people say that the ending is too idealistic, then it must be that he has not really understood the story of frog and scorpion. What the film reflects is not so much that war is human nature as homosexuality is human nature.

The director’s ingenuity makes the plot show the feeling of “another village in the dark”, attaches great importance to and grasps the formal beauty, rather than falling into the stereotypes of general gay films. It has to be said that there is also the music in the film. DIL sings the crying game in the bar. The original singer is a transvestite. Through this song, DIL can more vividly reflect DIL’s inner world and the film’s concern for the inner world of homosexuals.

The film’s superb artistic level and the exposition of the problem of “facing the same sex, love or not love” highlight the director’s unique way of thinking and ingenious ideas. As a film reflecting the theme of homosexuality, “the crying game” is undoubtedly very unique.

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