Homesex movieWaves (I) (2019) Movie Sex & Nudity

Waves (I) (2019) Movie Sex & Nudity

A teen couple are shown in bed under covers, man on top, having awkward first-time sex. No nudity.
Characters are shown bathing and showering a few times, including a couple who bathes and showers together a few times. However nothing explicit is visible.
Boy is seen masturbating to porn. Nothing is seen but a woman is moaning in the background.
A teen boy and girl are sexually active. (Sex scene takes place) We see them kiss and make out frequently. A teen couple is shown finding out the girl is pregnant, going to an abortion clinic and leaving, she having decided she can’t go through with it.
Teen boy a pic of himself in his underwear and sends it to teen girlfriend. Brief nudity of teen male locker room shower, with only full rear nudity.
A couple is shown taking a bath and a shower together.


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


The film is very long.

Tell me about Taylor’s adult ceremony “second degree murder” in the film.

In the past, I only saw “first-degree murder” and “second-degree murder” in American dramas. I didn’t study them carefully. I went to Google to check “second-degree murder”.

“Second degree murder” is one of the murder charges in the common law system. “First degree murder” is the most serious. It belongs to premeditated murder, that is, “kill as you want”. Second degree murder is the second. It is established if any of the following conditions are met: A. intentional killing without premeditation also leads to death. B. it only wanted to deliberately cause serious injury, But cause the result of death. C. completely ignore life and cause the result of death. Next, explain these three concepts respectively, and also talk about the three charges of “intentional homicide”, “negligent homicide” and “story injury” in domestic criminal law.

A. Intentional killing without premeditation also results in death

This is easy to understand. “Premeditation” means that you should be prepared and have the intention to commit a crime in advance. If there is no premeditation, but only a temporary intention to kill, resulting in death, then it belongs to secondary killing. For example, Jerry and Tom are neighbors. The two families discussed the fence issue. Tom disagreed with Tom during the discussion, so he shot Jerry, and Tom was charged with “second degree murder” by the prosecutor. In China, this case belongs to direct intent. Tom will be charged with the crime of “intentional homicide” without first judging whether there is premeditation.

B. I only wanted to deliberately cause serious injury, but caused death

This sentence pattern is “I wanted to… But…”, which means that the death result was not what the suspect expected. The suspect wanted to deliberately hurt, but he didn’t expect the victim to die. Change the above example: Tom had a long grudge. I saw Jerry unhappy. He discussed through the fence and tried to cut Jerry with an axe. Unexpectedly, Jerry lost too much blood and died, so Tom was accused of “second degree murder” 。 Compared with China, subjectively, Tom has the intention to hurt but not to kill, which objectively causes Jerry’s death. The subjective and objective are consistent within the scope of “intentional injury”, so it constitutes “intentional injury causes death”, but not “intentional homicide”. Of course, if Tom cuts the part that is fatal with one move, it doesn’t matter whether Tom has intentional homicide or not. He directly decides “intentional homicide”.

C. Completely ignore life and cause death

If a victim dies, the reason is the suspect’s extreme disregard for life, which constitutes “second-degree murder”. This is another example: Tom and Jerry discussed the fence problem. Tom was very angry and shot around at will. Just because there were a circle of watching neighbors around, the gun hit one of them. Here, Tom has no intention to kill Jerry or anyone, just because he ignores his life and kills one person at random, so he constitutes “second degree murder”. Compared with China, Tom has a circle of onlookers around him. Tom should “know” that a shot may hit people, and then he holds a “laissez faire” mentality, resulting in death. This behavior belongs to indirect intentional “intentional homicide”.

In addition, there is another charge, manslaugher, which is easily confused with “second degree murder”. What is “manslaughter”? That is, murder without premeditation. At first glance, it is very similar to the concept of a in “second degree murder”. It should be emphasized here that although manslaughter is “without premeditation”, it usually occurs in the case of “heat of passage”. In this case, a rational person has a great change in his mood or psychology, thus killing others. For example, when Jack came home, he found his wife Mary having an affair with Eddie, a strange man, and caught her in bed. Jack was extremely angry. He picked up his golf club and hit Eddie on the head, causing him to die. Here, the “heat of passage” happened. Jack killed people and constituted manslaugher. In addition to this, the killing will be charged with first-degree or second-degree murder. Manslaugher is generally translated as “manslaughter”, and the sentence is lighter than that of first-degree and second-degree murder. However, in China, this situation will still be directly defined as “intentional homicide” or “intentional injury causing death”. Because there is no saying of “passionate killing” in China, but the plot of “being passionate” will be considered by the judge when sentencing.

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