At one point in the film, Eva Green’s vulva is shown in a graphic close-up shot. The camera pans over her naked body, displaying her labia and breasts in close-up.
This movie has a lot of soft porn nudity and sex and is for adult only
A topless woman strips a man and his penis half-erect at the front of the woman
The film centers around the sexual relationship between a young man and a sister and brother. There are incestuous overtones. There is a lot of frontal nudity, male and female.
A naked man and a topless woman are seen asleep together (rear male nudity).
A man stands bathing with another man and a woman in the room. He is facing mostly away from the camera, but there is a blurry mirror in front of him.
A man changes out of wet clothes (rear and partial front nudity).


A man masturbates while faced away from the camera in front of another man and a woman. She lifts his shirttail up. Once the others leave, she wipes the semen with her hand.
Michael finds a suggestive picture of Isabelle, and hides it in his pants to avoid being caught. Shortly after, Theo and Michael are in the kitchen. Theo holds onto Michael, who resists, and Isabelle walks in completely naked in the doorway. She walks over to Michael and kneels down, removing his pants. When she pulls down his boxers, her picture is stuck on his semi-erect penis (which is visible in close up for an extended period of time). She and Theo laugh. Michael is then coerced into having sex with Isabelle. They make love on the floor (mostly full length, side view). She helps him in entering his penis in her vagina. The woman shows discomfort and cries as it is her first time. He caresses her and thrusts against her. Another man (her brother) comes in and then both men wipe blood from her vagina with their hands implying that the first man has taken her virginity. As the couple kisses, the blood gets on both their faces.


A naked woman is riding a guy and her breasts are hanging.
A man is sucking a woman’s toe and the camera moves from there to her face, revealing her vulva and both breasts in the process. There is an extreme close up of her vulva, a view of the camera zooming in on her visible labia and pubic hair for an elongated period of time. The man kisses her pubic area and then moves up to kiss her breast.
A woman is lying naked. Her labia and pubic hair and small part of breasts is visible.
A woman cooks dinner in a see-through negligee. Her nipples are visible.
A man leaves and walks down to the courtyard in only his jacket showing his penis for a few seconds.


Two naked man are sharing bath tub. A naked woman comes and joins them. Her buttocks and one of her nipples is visible while in the mirror, her vulva is reflected. They soon become aware of her menstrual blood. When they get out, one of the men and the woman want to shave the other man’s pubic hair off, but he objects quite strongly.
A woman lowers herself onto a man’s face so that he can perform oral sex.
A topless woman enters a room where a man is lying on the bad. The man puts his head under her bottom cloth implying that he is giving her oral sex.

Brother, sister, and friend are discovered asleep naked by the sibling’s parents. There is yet more female nudity (breasts, butt and visible labia and pubic hair) when she awakens


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


A few days after Lennon’s death, young people in Prague built a “Lennon Peace Wall” in the square. The most moving slogan on it is: you may say I m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one

Rock music and movies are saving people’s consciousness and welcoming that restless era. The dreamer is a film that pays tribute to the rescue and welcome.

This film is the work of Italian director benado Bertolucci in 2003. Maybe you are unfamiliar with this name, but you will not be unfamiliar with the last emperor, which made Chen Chong famous. It can be said that every film of Bertolucci is an epic. This is true of the last emperor, and so is the dreamer.

The reason why the dreamer is an epic is that it is so true and cruel to reproduce 1968. The 1960s was an age full of heroism. Too many young people were written into history during this period. Matthew is an American student studying in France. During a demonstration against the government’s dismissal of Henry langloir, the pioneer director of French experimental films, Matthew met the beautiful Isabel and her twin brother Theo. Out of an almost paranoid love for movies, the twins quickly accepted Matthew. Matthew fell in love with the beautiful and alternative Isabel, but painfully found the unfaithful love between Isabel and his brother Theo. Soon, the vigorous student movement swept through Paris, and Matthew found the fragile and kind spiritual world of the seemingly stoic twins. Isabel and Theo are just two manifestations of an innocent, free, paranoid, weak, idealistic and heroic brain. They refuse to grow up and refuse anyone to intervene in their world. The film has no ending. Theo takes Isabel’s hand and rushes into the rioting crowd without hesitation. Matthew’s lonely and suddenly lost face melts in the dark red flame.

This is a film about movies and rock music. If those classic clips that appear with the trend of chattering and never getting tired make you sleepy, it can only show that you are not a true film enthusiast. In 2003, Bertolucci presented a unique gift to sina tide in France. When the scenes of the three protagonists crossing the Louvre and the fragments of two men and one woman running wildly in Godard’s outlaws continue to collage and reproduce, reality and illusion are also intertwined and changed in a montage way, and the identities of dreamers and outsiders change repeatedly, which can not help but make people doubt the concept of space. Is such a space meaningful?

Bertolucci tried to lead the audience to such a road – you must walk on the blade, or you will be in danger of crossing the border, either completely real or completely dreamy, both of which are far more painful and terrible than walking on the blade. Perhaps such a metaphor is enough to show that Isabel and Theo, as well as all the young people who were as enthusiastic as them but had nothing, were unfortunate and sad at that time.

Unfortunately, in this film, rock music once again plays the role of slogan. Janis Joplin’s coarse voice echoed when Isabel ordered to cross the Louvre; Classic tracks of graceful dead and Jimi Hendrix throughout the film; The debate about who is better than X between Clapton and Hendrix makes us feel the seemingly hard shell of rock music. However, in the roar instigated by Janis Joplin, the violence outside the window is escalating, and the dreamers inside the window are playing narcissistic sex games; Hendrix’s voice resounded through the Vietnam battlefield, but it was unable to end the bloody killings or evaporate the red wine in the cup of the middle class who claimed to be anti war. Rock music, modern art and even philosophical speculation have sharp edges only in the dreamer’s world. When exposed to the real barbaric world outside the window, it loses its hard and cold camouflage and restores its attribute as a slogan. Dreams are oxidized by reality, and so is rock music.

This is a film about resistance. In the 1960s, too many things happened, such as the Vietnam War, the French school movement, sexual liberation, rock music, pop culture and Sartre’s existentialism, which undoubtedly reorganized people’s thoughts and attacked the already shaky aesthetic and moral consciousness. Isabel and Theo’s father is a conservative poet. He thinks that the demonstration of sister and brother is useless. It’s just a game for childish and lovely children who jump out of the world and watch it change. Theo accused his father of refusing to sign the petition against the Vietnam War. His father said, “a poem is a petition. Poet only sign poem.” Theo said one of my favorite words in the whole film: “poem is a petition and petition is a poem, those are the most famous lines you every write.”

Theo and Isabel resist not only parents, inequality, violence and killing, but also everything in real society, including themselves. Even Isabel’s love for Matthew is a kind of resistance, resistance to herself, resistance to her beloved brother Theo. Isabel has a room with elegant color smell of oil painting, like a candy cabin full of lollipop smell all day. The candy house is a restricted area. It’s a secret. The secret belongs only to the little girl Isabel. Isabel tried to destroy Theo’s rule by having sex with Matthew in this secret. When she heard Theo having sex with other women, the candy cabin melted.

This resistance also includes the resistance of European culture to American culture. The cheap culture and civilian art of the United States are like a heavy bomb thrown at European civilization. The brilliant art in Europe since the Renaissance appears much thinner under the impact of this commercial culture. New art’s assimilation of European traditional art is ignorant, just like Delacroix’s masterpiece “freedom guides the people” in Theo’s room. The woman symbolizing freedom has been pasted on Marilyn Monroe’s face. So there is a debate between Matthew and Theo about who is greater between Chaplin and Keaton. This is not so much a debate about the two film giants as a conflict between American culture and European culture. Unfortunately, the director seems to ignore the fact that the characters in the film are fluent in English, and the poet’s father even shows a strong American accent… In fact, in France, people may talk in any language in the world, but not English – in the resistance to the British language, Every Frenchman is absolutely paranoid. Remember the helplessness of some punks in “guess the train”: Scotland has no own culture. For a nation, this loss is the most terrible.

This is a film about youth. Every young man is a dreamer. Theo’s infinite worship of Mao Zedong, his strong voice against the war, his anger at the government’s dismissal of langluwa, his contempt for his father’s self-protection, and his angry fist for the violent suppression of the police are all because of his youth. Time gives young people the privilege of anger, vent, freedom and fantasy. However, the reality forced Theo and Isabel to grow up. Facing the wishful dream of staying in the childhood, they had to hide in their own world. Matthew is not a dreamer. He is a man full of infinite attachment to the real world. Matthew’s misfortune is that he was dragged into the dream kingdom of the twins by his youth. Matthew is a young man walking on the blade. As for Theo and Isabel, it is hard to say whether they are lucky or unfortunate. Fortunately, because young; Unfortunately, also because of youth.

If the film has any defects, the only defect is that it carries too many things. This is a film that tries to explain many problems: freedom, liberation, fragility, unrealistic fantasy and endless exploration of art; Only, not sex. Like all appearances, there is always an essence that people can’t touch. I need to get rid of those explicit sex pictures and perfect virgin carcass to find the truth. Because they are young, the three protagonists can drink expensive red wine naked and have a heated discussion on film, art and philosophy; Because they are young, they allow and enjoy the tangled and unethical sex between the three; Also because of their youth, they did not realize the fragility and vulnerability of this dream kingdom. When facing Theo’s infinite admiration for Mao Zedong theory, Matthew asked Theo to look out of the window. Someone died in the war outside the window, while we were drinking, having sex and discussing Mao Zedong. I can’t forget Theo’s eyes. They are begging and angry eyes when they are spied into the most shameful secret in the soul. They are eyes that show that they know Matthew is right. I don’t know why, when I saw the close-up of Theo’s almost distorted face in the film, my heart was pulled inexplicably and hurt.

Aren’t we dreamers? Can we escape the despair and sorrow that envelops Theo and Isabel?

Every age has its own dreamers. Wang Xiaobo once said that there are two choices in the fleeting years: be a silly X or a desperado. Many people intended to be outlaws, but they turned out to be stupid X. In the revolutionary era of our parents’ generation, many people were determined to save two-thirds of the suffering people in the world and cross the border to become guerrillas. But do you know who these two-thirds of the sufferers are? Do you know what they suffer? Don’t you think it’s hypocritical that you die for them without knowing anything? At that time, Wang Xiaobo had walked out of the passionate dream era. He stood outside and wrote the above sentences with the wisdom of a philosopher. In my opinion, whether they are stupid X or outlaws, they are all happy. The post-80s generation also has their dreamers. But this dream is more diversified and unpredictable. Fortunately, there was an angry young voice in the Anti Japanese parade; There are loyal young faces in the queue of defending sovereignty; In the poems that try to awaken people’s sense of freedom, there are flying young words; On the rock stage, there are hot young sweat calling for equality. Everyone is not an extra. It may be unfortunate for an era to have too many young dreamers who rush into the war without hesitation, such as Theo and Isabel. However, their existence in this era is a great blessing. I choose to be a calmer who objectively analyzes all disputes and contradictions, or a dreamer who is full of pride despite his bare hands. At least I firmly choose the latter.

I like dreamer so much because it is a film about each of us.

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