Saturday, May 22, 2010
Category Special Interest DVDs, Adult Audience Movies, Comedies Videos, Non-Explicit, Sexual Adventures, Danish
Director Finn Karlsson
The setting - a private boarding school for delinquent girls. The board of Director's have realized that the planet Venus will be aligned perfectly for all sorts of risqu behavior and it must be kept in check. They have come up with a powder that when added to water will curb all erotic desires so it must be administered to all of the girls at once by Professor Armand (Ole Sltoft). Meanwhile Professor Bomwitz (Bent Warburg) has come up with a powder that when added to water becomes the strongest aphrodisiac known to man! The two end up in the same town, bump into one another and accidentally exchange brief cases containing the powders. Professor Bomwitz gives the girls their powdered water and empties the rest into the town reservoir causing sexual chaos and mayhem in the school and the entire town! Everyone ends up at the local brothel run by Madame Gine.
In this classic from the Danish erotica collection, a town is overrun by horniness when a sex-minded professor accidentally exchanges a briefcase containing his own powder--an intense aphrodisiac--with a briefcase containing a hormone-curbing powder designed by the heads of an all-girl private school to counteract the effects of planet Venus’s alignment with Earth. After the love drug is unwittingly administered to the female students, the rest is dumped into the town reservoir, sending everyone on a trip to the local brothel.
ViDEO RES: 576x320 1.80:1
RUNTiME: 100 Mins
ViDEO BiT: 833 Kbps
MB SiZE: 698
Based on a story written by Leo Tolstoy in response to Ludwig van Beethoven's eponymous composition, director Bernard Rose's mature dissection of modern marriage tells the tale of a wealthy philanthropist (Danny Huston) who becomes intensely possessive of his wife (Elisabeth Röhm) -- a beautiful and talented pianist. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
The most potent and revealing sequence in Bernard Rose's Tolstoy adaptation The Kreutzer Sonata arrives within the first 20 minutes. Edgar (Danny Huston), the wealthy philanthropist husband of the beautiful concert pianist Abby (Elisabeth Röhm), narrates the tale and immediately informs the audience of his incendiary anger over the conviction that his beloved is erotically entangled with her violinist, Aiden (Matthew Yang King). As Edgar reflects on his initial courtship with Abby and their earliest sexual liaisons, the film flashes back to the beginning of their relationship and interpolates a series of not-quite-hardcore couplings between the two that quickly take on a nauseating and repellent, sadomasochistic quality -- particularly when we witness Abby clad in a dog collar with a leash attached, that Edgar holds from behind.
The leash symbolically underscores Edgar's psychotic need to control every aspect of Abby's world. When she tells him, then, that she's longing for a chance to go out and find herself, to innocently explore interests outside of the marriage, Edgar attempts to dominate that pursuit as well by actually introducing her to Aiden and suggesting that the two play a classical duet together. He's hoping, on some twisted level, that the two musicians will begin an affair -- not simply controlling his wife, but deliberately, aggressively fueling his own coke-addled paranoia by using others as pawns, and thus creating a reason for the paranoia to exist.
The film's most ingenious quality involves its ability to convincingly establish Edgar's paranoia without pulling the audience into it; we remain constantly aware of Abby's lack of any apparent wrongdoing even as Edgar grows increasingly convinced -- with no tangible evidence before him -- of her affair with Aiden. Ontologically as well, Rose hands us two incongruous levels of reality: an exterior level, where we continually witness an almost placid environment, rich with classical music, understated characters, and mannered situations, and an interior level that illuminates Edgar's emotional inner life, conveyed through narration that sonorously echoes the deep and weathered voice of the actor's late father (John Huston). We're handed a series of reflections so vulgar, paranoid, and violently angry when Edgar first begins to narrate in the opening sequence (and we hear him utter a steady stream of expletives) that it deliberately cuts against the grain of the external world we are shown and seems to violate the mood before us. The confrontation between the film's two planes of reality creates tension in the drama, and when Edgar's inner delusions take over, they prompt the shocking denouement.
On all of these levels, Kreutzer succeeds; what it lacks (by virtue of establishing an external reality unshaped by Edgar's bias) is a convincing series of insights into why a young and well adjusted woman such as Abby would willingly and knowingly subject herself to a relationship that involves dominance and submission, and then project shock, indignation, and confusion when Edgar attempts to control her. As it stands, she appears unable to mentally link the sadomasochism of her initial encounters with Edgar to his behavior within the marriage, and that suggests extreme dysfunction on her end as well.
As it stands, then, Kreutzer convincingly and persuasively conveys the delusional psychosis of one spouse in a dysfunctional marriage but fails to hand us an adequate etiology for the other partner's behavior. If Rose had found a way to do both concurrently, he might have produced a small masterpiece in lieu of an ingeniously structured but moderately satisfying erotic thriller. ~ All Movie Guide
Friday, May 21, 2010
* AKA: Lies / Uso
* Genre: Erotica | Drama | Drama
* Director(s): Sun-Woo Jang
* Writer(s): Jung-Il Chang
* Studio: Korea Films
* Cast: Sang Hyun Lee , Tae Yeon Kim , Hyun Joo Choi , Kwon Taek Han , Hyuk Poong Kwon , Myung Keum Jung , Min Soo Shin
The gradual depravity that seeps into the sexual relationship between a 38-year-old married man and an 18-year-old schoolgirl is chronicled in Jang Sun Woo's controversial film which contains explicit sex scenes and bondage fantasies. The affair between the couple explores the sensitive subjects of sexual freedom and personal boundaries as it is pushed to the edge. Lee Sang Hyun and Kim Tae Yeon star. 115 min.
Posted by HOTMOVIES at Friday, May 21, 2010
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Being 6 years old, and having to live with your grandmother who is 75 years and has very old fashioned ideas, is not easy to say the least. That the situation leads to rebellion only seems logic....
Cast: Jenna Presley, Sophia Santi, Tabitha Stevens
A research biologiest, Brad Brown, and his sexy innocent girlfriend Amber stumble upon a long-forgotten town infested by carnal vampires who've long ago replaced their cravings for blood with an insatiable lust for sex. Lead by the stunning Mistress of the Brood, Vanessa, the vampires are forced to bleed the young couple of all their sexual fluids after one of the brood, Dean is overwhelmed by the sexual scent of Amber, taking her and her body while on a "bat" scouting adventure. To complicate matters the Master of all Vampires, Gyrous, who has an internal lust for Vanessa threatens to began feeding on humans when he learns that Vanessa has fallen for Brad. Brad and Amber's fates become entwined in a dithyramb of sex, orgiastic pleasures and passions as the secrets of the Vampire Sex Dairies are exposed... in a forgotten place... far, far away. An eternity of insatiable sexual hunger. They'll drain your sexual fluids and come back for more... for all eternity!