A History of Sex
Andres Serrano (born August 15, 1950 in New York City) is an American photographer and artist who has become notorious through his photos of corpses and his use of feces and bodily fluids in his work, notably his controversial work "Piss Christ", a red-tinged photograph of a crucifix submerged in a glass container of what was purported to be the artist's own urine. This documentary explores the work and soul of this acclaimed artist & how he creates his haunting and explicit images. It takes us deep into Amsterdam and reveals the backdrops Serrano uses for what is one of his most confronting and moving collection based on all aspects of sex.
Andres Serrano is a New York photographer most famous for his controversial 1987 work Piss Christ. This documentary follows him to Amsterdam where he shoots a collection based on all aspects of sex. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A History of Sex torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: 20th Century Women is very strongly acted across the board plus it features some moving scenes and quite interesting conversations, but the first half was overly sentimental, most of the characters are very unlikable and so annoying and the film is mostly too aggressive in its themes, weird in its characters and ultimately somewhat aimless in plot.
(gb) wrote: Road trip Beer Pong is as far from the original as possible. It's humor is blatantly terrible, the acting is atrocious and the characters are flat-lined. This movie was an excuse to once again expose a lot of tits to seduce the dumb teen male and have every character as unrealistic as possible to conform to the lowest denominator. It's movies like this that make me want to stab myself in the eyes.
(fr) wrote: Mediocre run around in the woods which is much in the vein of The Hills Have Eyes. In truth this one has its moments, but it spawned tons of limp sequels.
(de) wrote: This is a movie about 4 friends who done something awesome. Later as adults they go on a hunting trip, one of the Jonsey finds a sick man and lets him in their home. The man is housing a alien in his butthole and has to poo it out. and that's where the scary stuff begins.................The movie is very scary for younger kids, and has sences of nudity gore and disturbing moments. There are these aliens called the ripley eho just look very scary. there is one moment where the alien mr grey pops into nothing and then red mist and blood circle everywhere and that's very intensely scary.the movie is to long though, 2 and a half hrs I think and drags von for a long time before the scary stuff, I like how this focuses on friendships and it's a lot like IT how it does it's flashback and does have it emitonal parts, but overall its trying to gross you out and scare you not make you cry. Stephen King is the best book athour and is awesome. This movie overall is vey sary and if your kid is watching this it does have a very gross part where someone dis on the toilet and if they watch it they mite not want to use the toilet ever again. JK but really the aliens are scary and this is a good movie
(ru) wrote: Oh, Feldman. You WERE in the Goonies! hahaha a pretty good flick if you like DTV sequels with tits.
(it) wrote: (58%) On a comparable par with the likes of Arnie's Raw deal and Chuck Norris's Code of silence, made at a time when big Steve gave a damn about the films he appeared in. The queen of Blaxploitation Pam Grier and top baddie Henry Silva elevate the film, so does Seagal to be perfectly fair.
(de) wrote: can we change our destiny? or are we victim?a nice and naive freudian attempt. balanced eroticism. well cinematography.
(de) wrote: Ho-hum. A bit too after-school-specialish. Has Jodie Foster ever looked prettier, though?
(fr) wrote: I remember seeing this movie as a kid. A decent Cold War movie.
(mx) wrote: The book 'Peyton Place' came out in the early 1950s. It blew off the lid of a small New England town full of rape, murder, sex, abortion, infidelity, suicide etc etc. Even though the town (and residents) were fictitious, this book created an uproar. It was a huge best seller but condemned as utter trash by all book critics and "moral" people everywhere (of course they were buying the book themselves). Now, almost 65 years later, it's considered a great literary novel... There is always a fifth season of love... But only the wise or the lucky ones know where to find it...--Lighting a Fuse for the Spiritual Revolution... Soap bubbles and big troubles!!
(kr) wrote: A very rare Disney film with a unique blend of animation & live action performances. To my knowledge it's only been released on VHS & there a few copies available.There is a lot of speculation why this has or never will get a DVD release I believe partly due to subject matter but mainly the portrayal of blacks in the south.Basically the story of a young white boy befriending a black tramp & his stories of Briar Rabbit which are mostly in animated form.This is a rare that seldom appears & is interesting to watch but it is a little dated.
(us) wrote: A pretty forgettable Christmas story. I know this was super well received by critics, but this is one of the rare Aardman animated films that just didn't click with me (and I'm one of the few people who actually liked Flushed Away!). Arthur Christmas is Aardman Animations second film to use full CGI instead of their popular stop motion/claymation way of making films. First off before even going into plot I have to say I don't like the full CGI look for their films. The claymation gives it a more dare I say human feel to it? It just seems more personal. Arthur Christmas just falls flat a few times. Before I get into that the movie is actually pretty simple. Arthur (James McAvoy) is the youngest of the Clause family. He writes letters backs to kids that write to Santa (Jim Broadbent) and he absolutely loves everything he does. Arthurs brother Steve (Hugh Laurie) is the next in line to become Santa and has utilized the elves to do much of the work that Santa usually would have done. With Steve its all about efficiency and getting the job done. At the end of Christmas Eve its discovered one gift was not delivered. Santa and Steve want to mail it and don't really care. Arthur having read the letters knows who's it for and knows how important it is to get it to the young lady. So Arthur along with his grandfather Grandsanta (Bill Nighy) and Byrony (Ashley Jensen) an elf with fantastic wrapping skills head off to save the day and get the present to the young girl so her Christmas isn't ruined. Overall, younger kids will really enjoy this one. For adults on the other hand unlike the other Aardman films this one just isn't quite for adults. It has too many random lights blowing up, or a too simple plot. I found the character development to be lacking. I knew right off the bat Arthur was more qualified to be Santa and it never gives him any real conflicts. Probably looking too much into it, but this one was just a miss for me. Overall, like i said kids will love it, but adults will probably want to steer clear.
(nl) wrote: The movie was quite good. This movie made me to think about life especially when Tom Hanks suffered in that Island alone while me here sitting at home with all the basic needs and even more than that such as electronic gadgets, Wi-Fi connection, branded clothes and still feeling like my life is incomplete. This movie taught me to live life without our loved ones with us, basic needs, friends and family. This movie also taught me the bravery and the will power of a man to survive in any sort of danger to meet his loved one. Tom Hanks' acting was marvelous and the part when he came to know that Kelly was married to another guy and has a child, his reaction was priceless and it was too realistic. Thanks for the director of this movie who came up with an idea of making this kind of film and bring up the courage and bravery into kids and teenagers nowadays as they are losing their life due to small problems in their life. This movie would be a lesson to each and every individual who had the thought of suicide when facing silly problems in their life. Thank You.
(us) wrote: This is the movie about real life, about real people. This could happenwith anybody, even if you think that you insured. Who are we? Homesapiens? Zombies? Slaves of the God? Fellows? People? Nevermind. We aremortals! This is 100% true. We are human beings with minds and hearts.Keep this legacy all your time. This is very important to remember whoyou are and understand a reason to being here near to other humanbeings. Of course this is important to find the way, but the main pointis keep it right. Sorry for my English. Thank you guys for this movie.
(mx) wrote: a nice low budget action movie.
(br) wrote: Ashley Benson tried hard, but couldn't elevate the dreadful script and absolute downer of an ending (which I only read about, as I turned this off before the violence started).