Bianca Beauchamp: All Access

Bianca Beauchamp: All Access

Documents the sub-culture of latex fetishism. ALL ACCESS offers a visit inside the private and public circles of a fetish icons. It follows Bianca Beauchamp through three days and three nights during one of the Montreal Fetish Weekend. A party at home, a book signing, and a visit to a fetish event with peeps dressed in latex from head to toe. Written by Martin Perreault

Three days and three nights partying at a fetish event with latex fashion icon Bianca Beauchamp. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Carol S (it) wrote: While reading the book, I became aware of the fact that a movie existed of it. I started to imagine a movie filled with mid-fifties Eisenhauer-esque fashions and "values" and truly, Ms. Rand dressed her characters and put them into surroundings that made it easy for me to think of this. So, I was disappointed with the "modern" interpretation of the work. I was also disappointed with the wishy-washiness of the characters who were written clearly and strongly in the text.

Yvonne A (au) wrote: Touching and funny at times, but unsure what the purpose of the film is, except to glorify the US government. They relocate the boys to USA, the boy get subsistence for 3 months and then they have to find work and pay for their flight to the USA. Once settled they have to find a way to become a community since they are spread around the USA, provide for their families back home and bring the plight of S.Sudan to the world's attention.

Greg R (de) wrote: 0.5/5 Stars. This is it, one of the worst movies ever made.

Alex K (jp) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.

Kamin H (jp) wrote: A beautiful, complex film that benefits from careful viewing. The use of color establishes clear themes for each retelling of the core story while subtly weaving the disparate versions together. While passion might dominate the red portion of the story, it also appears in the other segments is less obvious ways. Another strong point (for this viewer) was the ambiguity of the film's plot. Any of the different versions of the stories could be true or false - what matters is the titular hero's choice. TL;DR: Visually beautiful film that tells a story about self sacrifice, passion and choice.

Ruair C (ru) wrote: Once you've heard the stories about what happened during production of Clownhouse, it's impossible to view this movie outside of that context: a truly disturbing and uncomfortable film to watch, obviously conceived of by a sick and twisted mind.The fact that Salva wrote this horror film and made the unusual decision to focus it on three pubescent boys is an oddity in itself. Not part of the main demographic for R-Rated horror, and a group of protagonists the audiences would not be comfortable seeing killed off, the presence of these boys betrays any sense of impending doom, leaving the film (bar a couple of effective jump-scare moments) pathetically tame for anybody over the age of ten. Why then was the decision made to focus the film on terrorising three young boys?There's something harrowing about how Casey (Nathan Forrest Winters) describes his fear of clowns, how their smiles and eyes are fake; Then there's Randy's (Sam Rockwell, in his debut) ghost story of the clowns, "It's as if they were already a part of him. They would always know where he was hiding"; Tellingly, while the three grown men dressed as clowns stalk, terrorise and brutally assault the boys left home alone, they don't actually kill them - one has to wonder if that's out of guilt or some kind of perverse justification?As stated, it's impossible to view this film in any other context once you know the truth about what happened behind the scenes of Clownhouse and, when you see how Salva's script has these boys in their underwear - and out of it - in a few occasions, you'll be wondering the same thing yourself.

THEdjpluto (nl) wrote: With Insidious, James Wan establishes himself as horror's finest new director. This is the stuff nightmares are made of.

Abel D (nl) wrote: One of the dullest action films of the last decade, Marcus Nispel's 'Viking vs. Indians' mash-up is superficial and lax to the absolute extreme, with some of the worst shot & poorly paced action ever put to screen (most of the time impossible to see given how dark the film is in a poor attempt at stylization) and a paper-thin narrative and characters filled to bursting point with every tired 'Outcast/destiny/like your father' trope imaginable, rendering even the slightest bit of investment completely moot.